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TSMP Law Corporation

Chin Wi Chee

Chin Wi Chee

Partner

TSMP Law Corporation
Singapore

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Profile
Chin Wi is a familiar face in mergers and acquisitions, and corporate and commercial law, with an impressive background in these practices. Previously a corporate partner in a local firm, Chin Wi has advised on a wide spectrum of transactions including public takeovers and "take privates", equity capital market deals as well as general corporate transactions. Spending time in two other in-house stints has given Chin Wi a holistic perspective of the entire deal process, making him a truly valuable asset when it comes to complex transactions.

All great lawyers are first great listeners, and Chin Wi is no exception, spending his spare time building speakers from scratch or restoring vintage FM tuners. He also values time, applying the same passion he has for audio equipment to his watches. Of course, this meticulous listening and respect for time is mirrored in his flawless transactions.

Outside of the office and the workshop, Chin Wi sits as a council member at the Bukit Timah Seu Teck Sean Tong temple, overseeing its community efforts, finances, fundraising and operations, including in relation to its free public medical clinics.

Bar Admissions

Singapore

Education

LL.B. (HONS) (NUS)
Areas of Practice
Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

The takeovers involving Superbowl Holdings Limited, Berger International Limited, Cerebos Pacific Limited, SC Global Developments Ltd, Wing Tai Holdings Limited, k1 Ventures Limited, Allgreen Properties Limited, Grand Banks Yachts Limited, Jaya Holdings Limited, United Industrial Corporation Limited and Want Want Holdings Ltd

The secondary listing of Golden Ocean Group Limited on the SGX-ST (the first dual listing on the SGX-ST of a company listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange)
Articles

Time to Take Another Bite of S-chips
TSMP Law Corporation, July 2019

Numerous corporate governance scandals over the past 15 years involving S-chips have tarred these mainland-operating, Singapore-listed companies with the same brush. But do all S-chips deserve their bad reputation?It was meant to be one of the Singapore Exchange’s (SGX) success stories. One of our biggest skincare companies, Best World International saw its profits grow almost 40 fold between 2013 and 2017. It was valued at S$1.8 billion at its peak in February 2019...

The SGX and the New Capital Market
TSMP Law Corporation, April 2019

We bemoan the lacklustre stock exchange and complain that the government isn’t doing enough. We point to greener trading pastures in Hong Kong. Is it time to re-look at the role of the stock market and how we benchmark ourselves?This February,Bloombergpublished an article headlined The Incredible Shrinking Singapore Stock Market, which stated that overthe past five years, more companies had exited than joined the SGX, leading the bourse to suffer a net outflow of S$19...

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