CH`NG Li-Ling

CH`NG Li-Ling
Partner
Corporate
Capital Markets
B.A. (Hons)(Singapore); LL.B (Hons)(London); LL.M (Merit)(London); CDipAF (UK); Advocate & Solicitor, Singapore; Solicitor, Supreme Court of New South Wales; Solicitor, England and Wales
Capital Markets
Corporate
Regulatory Compliance & Corporate Governance
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Ch'ng Li-Ling is one of the founding members of RHTLaw Taylor Wessing and the Head of its Capital Markets Practice. She is a corporate practitioner whose areas of practice include corporate and securities laws, capital markets, mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructuring, joint ventures, corporate and commercial contracts, regulatory compliance and corporate governance advisory and corporate secretarial work.

She spent her early years of practice in corporate and commercial litigation. As a corporate practitioner, she has advised investors and business owners in private equity transactions, and advised companies on raising equity and debt capital from public markets. She advises listed companies on post-listing compliance and corporate actions including takeovers, acquisitions and further capital-raising.  In recent times, she has also advised Israeli companies seeking to expand their businesses and to raise funds in Singapore and the Southeast Asia region.

Li-Ling is a regular speaker at seminars on corporate finance, corporate governance, and securities regulations. She also conducts training and briefing sessions on the Singapore listing regulatory regime to directors and executive officers of listed corporations in Singapore.

Li-Ling is co-author of “Law and Practice of Corporate Finance in Singapore”, published by Lexis-Nexis in 2016. 

Li-Ling was named one of AsiaLaw Leading Lawyers in 2008, 2009 (Corporate Finance and Capital Markets), 2014 and 2015 (Capital Markets), and was recognised as 'Leading Lawyers' in the 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 editions of IFLR1000. She was appointed Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Law Faculty of the National University of Singapore (NUS) for AY 2009/10 and AY 2011/12 and the NUS Business School for AY2009-2010.