Hogan Lovells Lee & Lee
50 Collyer Quay
#10-01 OUE Bayfront
Hogan Lovells in Singapore is the gateway for clients doing business in South and Southeast Asia.
Our joint law venture with the Singapore law firm Lee & Lee enables us to provide clients a one-stop shop for legal services. We serve clients on a wide range of matters across major practice streams.
By tapping into an international network of knowledge and experience, we make sure that clients get the advice they need to meet their commercial objectives. Hogan Lovells in Singapore receives top-tier rankings in The Legal 500 Asia Pacific for corporate and M&A, international arbitration, projects and energy, and banking and finance.
Stephanie Keen, Office Managing Partner
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Mandated lead arrangers on a US$220m facility to a real estate investment fund for the purpose of acquiring business parks in India.
Goldman Sachs, Lehman Brothers (in administration), and Unitas Capital on their sale of the Metalform Group, a business in Singapore, to MMI Holdings, a KKR owned entity.
On a series of investigations and cross-border disputes for a global investment bank concerning its exposure under a US$10bn commodity financing fraud in China.
The arrangers on the establishment of a US$5bn debt issuance program by the Malaysian bank, RHB, and the subsequent US$300m note issue thereunder.
The Government of Vietnam on two investment treaty arbitrations brought under the UNCITRAL Rules.
The mandated lead arrangers on the limited recourse financing of the renovation, expansion, operation, and management of the US$750m Mactan-Cebu International Airport.