Taur-Jiun is the Head of Legal at Rabobank Singapore. He graduated from the National University of Singapore with both a law degree and an MBA. Taur-Jiun started his career in litigation and corporate commercial before moving in-house into international trade and technology. Taur-Jiun is one of the founding members of the SCCA.
Angeline is Head of Risk Management & Compliance of Singapore Press Holdings Limited, the leading media platform in Asia. She was an in-house counsel for more than 20 years before she moved on to assume her role in risk management and compliance. She has rich experience in corporate and media laws and regulations.
Angeline was a founding member of the SCCA and was appointed president from 2006 to 2013. During her tenure, she set up the Asia Pacific Corporate Counsel Alliance linking up corporate counsel associations in Asia to create a corridor for all corporate counsel in the region. She stepped down as their Secretary-General in June 2013 but continue to serve as a member of its Executive Committee that spearheads new initiatives to elevate the standard of professionalism of corporate counsel in Asia.
In 2014, she secured the rights to host the very first In-House Counsel World Summit 2014 in Singapore. Angeline remains on the Board of the In-house Counsel Worldwide, the international body that creates affiliation of and promotes cooperation among corporate counsel associations around the globe.
Dharmendra Yadav, 39, joined Maybank Kim Eng Singapore as its Head of Legal in March 2014 to support Maybank's regional investment banking and capital markets franchise. Before that, Dharmendra was a corporate counsel in CIMB Group's investment banking and capital markets team. He brings with him over ten years of experience as a corporate counsel, most of which were gained in financial institutions. His past employers include WongPartnership and NTUC Income.
Dharmendra graduated with a degree in law from the University of Leicester and holds a Master of Laws (Islamic Law & Finance) from the Singapore Management University. He also studied briefly at the National University of Singapore to meet the then qualification requirements for the Singapore Bar, after which he was admitted as an advocate and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore. In December 2016, he was admitted as a lawyer of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, Australia, after completing some study with Australia's University of New England. /p>
He remains an active member of the Singapore Corporate Counsel Association, where he is Vice-President and coordinates the activities of its nascent Banking and Financial Services Chapter. He also does pro-bono legal work during his personal time. In January 2017, he launched a "Mission 40-40-40" campaign, through which he hopes to raise S$40,000 for 40 charities by the time he turns 40. More information about the campaign is available here: http://mission404040.blogspot.sg/
Neoh Sue Lynn - LL.B. (LSE, University of London), LL.M. (King’s College, University of London), non-practising Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore - is the Legal Director of Xilinx’s regional headquarters in Singapore.
After practising for 5 years in the litigation department of Helen Yeo & Partners, which has since merged with Rodyk & Davidson, Sue Lynn went in-house in 1998 and worked in a GLC and a couple of MNCs before Xilinx. Sue Lynn is regularly invited to chair, moderate, speak or be part of panels at various legal-related events. She is an Associate Mediator accredited by the Singapore Mediation Centre (SMC) and volunteers as a mediator in the Subordinate courts and also helps out in SMC’s training events.
Shi Yuan is the Regional Counsel and Company Secretary of BCS Information Systems Pte. Ltd., a systems integrator which possesses its own in-house suite of high speed, high volume precision clearing and payment systems for central and commercial banks, clearing houses, regulators, businesses and consumers in Singapore and across the globe.
He was previously the General Counsel of Global Engineering Technology Pte. Ltd., an engineering company providing consultancy services in the oil and gas industry. He managed the legal team which was responsible for all legal matters of the Company in the Asia Pacific, Middle Eastern and CIS Regions.
Before this, Shi Yuan was the Contract Specialist in the Subsea Division of FMC Technologies where he was instrumental in the execution and success of some of the biggest EPC projects in the APME region. Prior to being headhunted by FMC Technologies, he pioneered and led the legal and contracts department of Dril-Quip Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd. in the oil and gas (upstream) industry.
Shi Yuan has worked in various capacities in different industries ranging from information technology to construction and to professional consultancy services. He has also worked in the litigation departments of various law firms before commencing his in-house career in 2005. Shi Yuan attended the University of London External Programme in 1997 and obtained a Bachelor of Laws degree in 2000 and a Master of Laws degree in 2004. He was formerly a police officer with Ang Mo Kio Police Division performing policing duties and carried out operations management and operations planning work. He was awarded the Commissioner of Police Commendation Award in 1997
Mr Wan Kwong Weng is Head, Group Corporate Services and Group General Counsel of Mapletree Investments Pte Ltd, a real estate development and capital manager headquartered in Singapore. He takes charge of all legal, compliance and corporate secretarial matters as well as oversees all of administration, corporate communications and human resource functions.
Prior to Mapletree, Mr Wan was Group General Counsel - Asia at Infineon Technologies. He started his career as a litigation lawyer with one of the oldest law firms in Singapore, Wee Swee Teow & Co., and was subsequently with the Corporate & Commercial/Private Equity practice group of Baker & Mackenzie in Singapore and Sydney.
Mr Wan has an LL.B. (Honours) (Newcastle upon Tyne), where he was conferred the Wise Speke Prize, as well as an LL.M. (Merit) (London). He also attended the London Business School Senior Executive Programme and is called to the Singapore Bar, where he was conferred the Justice FA Chua Memorial Prize. Mr Wan is on the Rolls of Solicitors (England & Wales) and was conferred a Public Service Medal (P.B.M.) in 2012 for his contributions to community service.
Shin Min is currently Regional Counsel, Asia of Fairchild Semiconductor Pte Ltd, handling legal and ethics compliance, litigation and contracts management for the region.
Shin Min holds a law degree from the National University of Singapore. She started her career in litigation with Rodyk & Davidson LLP, before moving to in-house legal positions with StarHub Ltd and Swarovski Management Pte Ltd. Outside of work, Shin Min is also actively involved in social outreach activities and raising funds for the needy.
Deepak is Director & Associate General Counsel with Procter & Gamble Singapore – part of the global Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) Company. He is currently responsible for the Legal work for all the Global Business Units in Asia Pacific and Greater China markets and manages P&G’s in-house Legal team of around 20 Lawyers and Legal Professionals based out of Singapore, China and Japan.
Deepak has over 23 years of experience in the FMCG Industry. Prior to his current assignment, Deepak was based out of P&G’s Geneva office for 4 years and has handled legal work for the markets in Central & Eastern Europe, Middle-East and Africa Regions.
Deepak is a Law graduate from the University of Bombay, a Fellow Member of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India and an Associate Member of the All India Management Association. Deepak is also on the General Committee of the Singapore Corporate Counsel Association. Deepak is qualified Trainer and regularly trains in programs such as “7 Habits of Highly Effective People”, “Corporate Athlete”, “Time Management” and other P&G training Programs. In his free time, Deepak is an avid reader and enjoys playing badminton.
Andrew Ong is currently holding the position of Head of Legal, South East Asia & India in KONE and is a member of the Asia Pacific Middle East Leadership Team in KONE. In his current role he is responsible for KONE’s regional legal and compliance matters.
He was previously heading the global legal function in a unit of a leading European telecommunication company and used to live in Finland. Prior to that Andrew worked in a French consumer electronics multinational company. He obtained his LLB from the National University of Singapore and is a member of the Singapore Institute of Directors (SID). Andrew is passionate about technology and his children.
Stanley Park is Managing Director and Head of Legal - Asia Pacific Region for Scotiabank's Global Banking and Markets Division. He is based in Singapore and is responsible for all legal matters across the region.
Prior to joining Scotiabank, Stanley was with Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton and Coudert Brothers in NYC, from 1992 - 2001; with Salomon Smith Barney and UBS Securities in Tokyo from 2001 - 2007; with DKR Oasis, as Chief Compliance Officer, in Hong Kong in 2008; with Barclays Global Investors, as General Counsel, in Tokyo from 2009 - 2010; and with Daiwa Capital Markets, as Senior Legal Counsel, in Singapore/Hong Kong from 2011 - 2014. Stanley graduated from Princeton University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics in 1985 and received his law degree from the Harvard Law School in 1988, where he served as an editor of the Harvard Law Review. Stanley has been a member of the New York State Bar since 1994.
Rebecca CC Tai is currently the Director of Legal of Rongsheng Offshore & Marine Pte. Ltd., based in Singapore (with its parent company listed in the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and which owns the largest private shipyard in the PRC) which provides offshore oil and gas EPC/EPCC services globally.
She takes charge of all legal, risks, contractual and dispute matters in Rongsheng. Rebecca has more than 16 years’ experience both in private law practice and senior in-house counsel roles. Throughout her career as senior in-house counsel, Rebecca has been focusing on EPCIC oil and gas contracts/legal issues and she also has a strong track record in advising and managing legal issues in merger and acquisitions.
Prior to joining Rongsheng, Rebecca was the Director of Legal of an American-British offshore oil and gas drilling company based in Singapore and before that she was the Group General Counsel and Group Head of Legal of Kencana Petroleum Berhad (now SapuraKencana Petroleum Berhad) based in Kuala Lumpur for many years. Whilst she was with Kencana Petroleum, she was a committee member of the Sapura-Kencana Integration Committee which was instrumental to the successful merger between the two (2) oil giants in the Asia Pacific region for an estimated value of US$3.9 billion which then led to the birth of the biggest oil and gas services provider in Asia Pacific.
Rebecca has a passion for fashion and performing arts, particularly classical vocal, musical theatre and dance. She also loves to indulge herself in gym every morning even sometimes for as short as just half an hour! She fully enjoys a work leisure balance lifestyle and she is a strong believer in working through the retirement age.
James is Legal Counsel of Global Fashion Group, looking after the full range of legal affairs of ZALORA, a leading fashion e-commerce retailer in Asia (http://www.zalora.com) and The Iconic in Australia and New Zealand. Prior to entering the technology start-up space, James was a former litigator, a corporate M&A lawyer, as well as Asia Pacific regional counsel for a global airline caterer.
James is an aviation enthusiast, effectively tri-lingual, and believes in being the change he wants to see in the world. James is called to the Singapore bar and serves as the co-Chair of the Peers sub-committee of the SCCA, advancing and looking after the interests of junior to mid-level in-house lawyers in Singapore.
Josephine Wan-Wen Hadikusumo currently serves as Senior Counsel supporting Asia at Texas Instruments (TI). Based out of the Singapore office, she provides legal support to the manufacturing operations in TI’s Malaysian entities, in addition to the sales and distribution functions located in Singapore, Australia, Thailand and Vietnam in addition to other locations in Southeast Asia.
Josephine is an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya, the Supreme Court of New South Wales (Australia) and the High Court of Sabah and Sarawak. She is a Fellow of the Academy at the Centre of American and International Law in Texas, and an accredited Mediator and adjunct faculty for the Singapore Mediation Centre. She obtained her Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from Melbourne University and a Master of Laws (LLM) from Bond University, both in Australia. Josephine currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Singapore International Mediation Institute (SIMI), a non-profit organization supported by the Ministry of Law. Josephine enjoys music and the arts. As an animal-lover, she is a faithful supporter of charities which offer the option of sanctuary and rehabilitation to animals.
Daniel is currently Legal Counsel of Solvay Specialty Chemicals Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd., handling the legal matters of Solvay in ASEAN (excluding Thailand) countries, Australia and New Zealand. Solvay is a chemical MNC headquartered in Belgium, founded in 1863.
Daniel graduated with a degree in law from University of Leeds in 2008. He was in private practice before moving to in-house legal position.