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Restructuring and Insolvency: A Commentary

Our partner, Jimmy Ng Chwe Hwa has co-edited the book entitled Restructuring and Insolvency: A Commentary, published by Sweet & Maxwell in April 2023.


The book provides instructive section-by-section commentary on the provisions of the Companies Act 2016 (“CA 2016”) which cover the restructuring and insolvency of companies. The extensive legal commentary is supported by reference to case law and legislation both local and foreign. Signposts to related provisions assist the use to appreciate the overall working of inter-related provisions within the CA 2016. A special segment Practical Guidance present valuable materials and best practices derived from the wide experience of the expert contributors.

‘Testing the Waters of the Section 7 Protection’ – An Analytical Framework on Applicability of Section 7 of the Covid-19 Act Amidst the Pandemic

Digital assets may take the form of digital currency or digital token, these assets are created and stored digitally and only exist in digital form. They carry value and could be owned and transacted. Private keys are used to authorize transactions and prove ownership of such assets. The legal definition of digital asset is found under the Capital Markets and Services (Prescription of Securities) (Digital Currency and Digital Token) Order 2019...

Offering of Shares by Unlisted Public Companies

Digital assets may take the form of digital currency or digital token, these assets are created and stored digitally and only exist in digital form. They carry value and could be owned and transacted. Private keys are used to authorize transactions and prove ownership of such assets. The legal definition of digital asset is found under the Capital Markets and Services (Prescription of Securities) (Digital Currency and Digital Token) Order 2019...

COVID-19 – Restructuring your business – what you need to know

Digital assets may take the form of digital currency or digital token, these assets are created and stored digitally and only exist in digital form. They carry value and could be owned and transacted. Private keys are used to authorize transactions and prove ownership of such assets. The legal definition of digital asset is found under the Capital Markets and Services (Prescription of Securities) (Digital Currency and Digital Token) Order 2019...