Jake Robson is a corporate lawyer based in Singapore. He has considerable experience in cross border acquisitions, disposals and joint venture arrangements both in South and South East Asia and in Europe as well as private equity and equity capital markets work, including acting for both issuers and underwriters on IPOs and secondary fundraisings across various Asian Stock Exchanges.
Jake has a particular focus on the financial institutions, resources, mining, commodities and telecoms sectors and has worked on numerous high profile and high value transactions for multi-national clients such as AXA, Louis Dreyfus Commodities and HSBC.
Jake is commended by Chambers Asia Pacific 2012 as “a respected corporate partner known for his cross-border expertise in the financial services sector”.
Jake attended Exeter University where he gained a B.A. in modern languages (French and Italian). He then attended the College of Law in London where he was awarded a commendation in his CPE and LPC exams. Jake joined the practice in 1998. He moved to the Singapore office in 2005. In addition to English, Jake speaks and writes fluent French and Italian.
After much uncertainty over the last 12 months, the Indonesian central bank, Bank Indonesia, published on Wednesday 18 July 2012 a new regulation, Regulation No. 14/.
We are pleased to present the 2012 edition of M&A law in Asia Pacific, which gives an overview of the key issues involved in the conduct of mergers and acquisitions .
Jake Robson comments on the implications of the two stage acquisition process for foreign investors in Indonesia..
London: International law firm Norton Rose has hosted a half day event designed for financial, professional and business services companies looking to enter or....