Wan Wai Yee is an Associate Professor in the School of Law at the Singapore Management University. She graduated with an LLB (First Class Honours) from the National University of Singapore in 1996. She also holds a BCL from the University of Oxford, where she was in residence at St Edmund Hall in 1996/97. After obtaining her BCL, she joined the Singapore Legal Service and served as a Justices’ Law Clerk, Assistant Registrar and Deputy Public Prosecutor. Immediately prior to joining academia in December 2005, she was a partner at Allen & Gledhill, Financial Services Department, where she practised in the areas of mergers and acquisitions as well as equity capital markets. Her main areas of research are in corporate and securities regulation.
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Recent Changes to, and Proposals to Enhance Effectiveness of, Listing Regime in UK, Company Lawyer (2013)
Recent Developments in Schemes of Arrangement in Singapore: Classification of Creditors and Scheme Manager’s Conflicts of Interest, Journal of Business Law (2013)
Discusses Royal Bank of Scotland NV (formerly known as ABN Amro Bank NV) and others...
Recent Developments in Singapore on Company Law and Regulation: Review of the Singapore Companies Act, Company Lawyer (2013)
Discusses the proposed changes to the Singapore Companies Act
Takeovers and Countering Short-termism in Target Boardrooms, Company Lawyer (2013)
This article considers the extent to which UK company law and takeover regulation may have...
Controlling Controlling Shareholders in Concentrated Ownership Structures in Singapore, Research Collection School of Law (Open Access) (2012)
The talk outlines the corporate governance challenges in respect of listed companies in Singapore that...