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For more than two decades, Latham’s Singapore office has guided many of the Asia-Pacific region’s most complex and market-shaping corporate, finance, and regulatory matters.
Our diverse Singapore-based team draws on broad experience working on cross-border transactions across industries, from financial services to infrastructure, energy, media, and technology. Singapore is one of the region’s major business hubs, particularly for inbound and outbound investments in Southeast Asia. We represent Asian, US, European, and Middle Eastern companies conducting business across the region, as well as act for Asian companies in their direct investment activities and capital markets transactions globally.
Latham’s Asia offices work as one team, bringing together elite capabilities across practices and industries, native language and cultural knowledge, and on-the-ground support. Serving clients from the region’s major financial, commercial, and regulatory hubs we seamlessly integrate through Latham’s global platform to deliver sophisticated counsel and representation to clients on their most complex and consequential matters in Asia and around the world.
Our lawyers rank among the very top practitioners in the region. We regularly advise on the most transformative capital markets offerings, private equity, and M&A transactions in every major jurisdiction. We act for financial institutions, sponsors, and major corporates on complex disputes, and guide multinationals through the increasingly complex web of anti-money laundering, sanctions, and export controls regimes. We represent sponsors and lenders in the region’s landmark project finance matters and infrastructure projects. And increasingly, we advise on the emerging ESG and sustainability issues affecting companies with operations in Asia.
As one of the world’s largest pro bono providers, Latham takes on matters in nearly every area of public interest law. In Asia, our pro bono efforts include supporting asylum seekers, serving the elderly, and advocating for gender equality and the empowerment of women.