Atlas Asia Law Corporation (AALC), a Singapore-based independent member firm of the global EY network, received the accolade in the first-ever survey by The Straits Times and international market researcher Statista to identify Singapore’s best law firms in 15 different areas of legal practice.
These areas range from banking and finance law to civil dispute resolution. The results are based on more than 10,000 recommendations from over 4,000 lawyers, clients and colleagues.
A total of 98 law firms received 265 awards, and AALC was ranked in the following six practice areas:
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Company and Commercial Law
- Inheritance and Succession, Private Wealth Management
- Manpower and Employment
- Insolvency and Restructuring
- Banking and Finance Law
(Please refer to fact sheet for more information about AALC’s practice areas)
Commenting on the ranking, Evelyn Ang, Managing Director of AALC, says:
“We are delighted to receive the accolade and grateful for the recognition by clients and peers who participated in the survey. As a two-year-old firm that was founded in July 2018, we have been growing from strength to strength and have recently expanded in new practice areas like investment funds, financial regulatory and private client inheritance and succession. AALC’s team of legal professionals have a wealth of experience and capabilities in corporate and commercial matters to support clients on corporate reorganizations, capital raising, M&As, corporate finance and capital markets, venture capital, private equity investments and employment matters. As a member firm of the global EY network, we will continue to tap on the strength and synergies of the various EY service lines to drive greater value for clients. This award belongs to everyone in AALC and is an affirmation of the efforts and dedication of the team to provide quality work and valued advice.”
The EY legal network currently comprises 3,500 legal professionals in over 80 jurisdictions around the world.
Atlas Asia Law Corporation practice areas