Andrew has more than 10 years of experience as a corporate lawyer in Asia.
Prior to joining Eng and Co. LLC, Andrew worked in the cross-border M&A practice of a Magic Circle law firm in Singapore.
Andrew advises on a wide range of M&A, joint ventures, corporate restructurings and divestments in an array of jurisdictions throughout Asia, and has considerable experience advising companies who are seeking to establish their presence in Asia, and advising on corporate/commercial matters, regulatory matters, securities law, and foreign investment issues.
Andrew graduated from the University of Auckland with a double degree in Law and Commerce (Finance) and is admitted to the Singapore Bar. He is also an associate member of CPA Australia.
Andrew's key experience includes:
- Advising a major global bank on an extensive cross-border restructuring involving a court-sanctioned creditor’s scheme of arrangement pursuant to which the borrower’s debts, including US$250m of senior debts, were restructured into debt and equity in a new holding company. The restructuring involved major cross-border elements, including entities incorporated in Indonesia, Bermuda, Seychelles, Thailand, China, the Cayman Islands and BVI.
- Advising Drydocks World LLC in connection with its strategic alliance with Pacific Carriers, a member of the Kuok Group, pursuant to which Pacific Carriers subscribed for shares in Drydocks World’s Southeast Asia holding company.
- Advising PSA International Pte Ltd on an agreement with International Container Terminal Services, Inc. to develop, construct and operate the container port terminal and facilities for the Aguadulce Port Project.
- Advising Telekom Malaysia Berhad on its investment agreement with Packet One, Green Packet Berhad, Mobikom Sdn Bhd and SK Telecom Co. Ltd, pursuant to which Telekom Malaysia entered into arrangements to collaborate on developing next-generation LTE infrastructure for supply of converged communications services.
- Advising Mitsui & Co., Ltd on its US$225 million joint venture with SGX-listed company Hyflux Ltd, pursuant to which the resulting joint venture acquired four water treatment plants in China from Hyflux and obtained the voluntary delisting of the Hyflux Water Trust.