Loo & Partners focuses on providing quality banking and capital markets advice, capturing a significant amount of initial public offering (IPO) work in China.
Asialaw Profile
Loo & Partners’ reputation is founded on its work for the Taiwanese Civil Aeronautics Administration in its defense of a claim over a crash in 2000 brought by Singapore Airlines.
The Asia Pacific Legal 500
…That regional expertise extends to banking work, where the team, has impressive instructions… also an authority on corporate governance… advises on shipping groups and others in the sector on financial issues…
The Asia Pacific Legal 500
When we commenced practice in 1985, most of our clients were institutions and businesses. Gradually, there was an increasing demand for advice and services concerning matters of a personal nature by our institutional clients’ CEOs, senior executives and their family members.

Much water has flowed under the bridge since 1985. At present, our private clients practice team regularly attends to the queries of our institutional clients’ CEOs, senior executives and their family members, and an increasing number of expatriates on their personal matters. With the relaxation of immigration policies to attract foreign talent and as Singapore becomes more cosmopolitan, our private clients practice team looks forward to more opportunities in offering its services.

Some of the transactions which we undertake are as follows:

  • Service and employment contracts
  • Remuneration packages for senior executives
  • Executive share option scheme
  • Restrictive covenants
  • Immigration and relocation issues
  • Employment and dependent passes
  • Permanent residence status
  • Sale and purchase (and its finance) of real estate
  • Residential tenancy agreements
  • Landlord and tenant disputes
  • Adoption procedures
  • Divorce and judicial separation
  • Custody issues
  • Trusts
  • Wills
  • Estate planning
  • Personal tax planning
  • Commercial litigation and alternative dispute resolutions
  • Defending criminal prosecutions