Allen & Overy hires new partner in Singapore to expand Funds and Asset Management capabilities in Asia Pacific

By admin Dec14,2023

Qualified in both Singapore law and New York law, Tiffany is a highly regarded funds lawyer with extensive experience of advising private fund sponsor and institutional investors on the full range of private fund matters, including fundraising and fund formation, GP and LP-led secondaries transactions, co-investments, internal arrangements, spin-outs and regulatory compliance. Tiffany has represented leading sponsors across various asset classes, with a particular focus on private equity, venture capital, real estate, and credit.

Tiffany’s hire expands A&O’s offering for private capital clients in the region, a key growth area for A&O.

Gautam Narasimhan and Tim Beech, joint managing partners of A&O’s Singapore office, said: “We have strengthened our funds offering in APAC by bringing Tiffany on board, who will leverage the expanding and evolving opportunities in the private capital industry across Singapore and beyond. She will enhance our offering in the APAC region and in Singapore (with the ability to advise on Singapore law)”.

James Ford, Co-head of A&O’s APAC Funds and Asset Management group, added: “We are delighted to welcome Tiffany, a highly respected funds lawyer with a wealth of market knowledge and experience in the region. She has participated in some of the region’s most complex and innovative funds transactions, involving a range of structures and strategies. Her appointment will boost our practice’s market-leading capabilities in the region and supports our firm-wide strategy to grow our private capital offering.”

A&O boasts asset management, tax, regulatory, litigation and dispute resolution professionals in all the major financial centres across the UK, Europe, the U.S., the Middle East and the Asia‑Pacific region, offering global coverage across the full fund lifecycle.

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