Atlas Asia Law Corporation (AALC) strengthens capabilities in financial and corporate legal services with new appointment
Atlas Asia Law Corporation, an independent member firm of the global EY network based in Singapore, has appointed Emily Low as Director.
Emily has over 20 years of experience in financial and corporate services and focuses on private investment funds and financial regulatory work. She has advised on the formation of a wide variety of funds including private equity, real estate, infrastructure and hedge funds as well as hybrid structures and platforms. She has also assisted fund managers in their licensing applications and regulatory compliance obligations in Singapore, as well as represented sovereign wealth funds, fund of funds and institutions in fund reviews and due diligence on their fund investments.
Before joining Atlas Asia Law Corporation, Emily was the General Counsel for a FinTech company specializing in mobile payments and was responsible for overseeing the legal, regulatory and compliance aspects of the business across Southeast Asia. Prior to going in-house, Emily was a partner with White & Case LLP and led its investment funds practice in Singapore.
Evelyn Ang, Managing Director of Atlas Law Asia Corporation, says:
“There have been significant developments in the areas of investment funds and financial services regulations in Singapore in recent years, and today, Singapore is recognized as a leading Asian hub for asset management. In response to increasing client needs, we are pleased to welcome Emily Low as a director of AALC. Emily is an experienced legal practitioner with over 20 years of experience in fund formation and financial regulatory matters and is well-placed to provide clients with strategic counsel to meet their needs in a rapidly changing regulatory landscape.”
Dmitry Tetiouchev, EY Asia-Pacific Law Leader, says:
“We are very excited to welcome Emily onboard and look forward to working with her and the AALC team, as they grow AALC’s law practice in Singapore and make a solid mark in the financial services legal market.”
Amy Ang, EY Asia-Pacific FSO Tax Leader, says:
“The EY teams have significant experience in the global wealth and asset management industry and have been actively working with clients in the FinTech industry and supporting their various initiatives. With Emily’s experience, she will bring valuable legal insights to clients in the financial services industry.”
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About Atlas Asia Law Corporation
Atlas Asia Law Corporation (AALC) is a boutique corporate and commercial law firm with a strong focus on mergers and acquisitions, known for its practical and commercial approach in helping Singapore and international clients achieve their business goals. AALC is a limited liability law corporation incorporated in Singapore with UEN 201821490W.
This news release has been issued by AALC, an independent member firm of the global EY network.