Yu-En Ong is a banking and finance lawyer based in Singapore. His practice includes all aspects of structured finance such as acquisition finance, asset finance, structured trade and commodities finance, telecoms finance and cross border real estate finance.
Chambers Asia Pacific 2012 ranks Yu-En as a leading lawyer in Banking & Finance and clients were “most impressed by his eye for commercial implications”, remarking that “he is good at highlighting all our options, and this is where you see the difference between good and bad lawyers, being able to tell us what we need to focus on, helping us with the deal instead of just giving legal advice.”
Yu-En has had experience dealing with Asian, European and Middle Eastern transactions and was the lead partner on various deals awarded Euromoney Deal of the Year 2010 and Deal of the Year 2008/2009 by Trade Finance Magazine, Global Trade Review and Trade & Forfaiting Review Magazine, culminating in our practice being awarded Best Trade Law Firm Asia 2009-2014 as voted by readers of Trade Finance Magazine.
Along with English law, Yu-En is qualified to practice Singapore law and Hong Kong law.
- Advocate & Solicitor (Supreme Court of Singapore, practising under section 36E of the Legal Profession Act)
- Solicitor, qualified in England & Wales
- Solicitor, qualified in Hong Kong
For international financiers and corporate borrowers, taking or granting security in Asia Pacific requires a specialised and customised approach for each jurisdiction..
March 29, 2017
A European directive has recently been passed which will have significant implications for those documenting financing transactions globally, not just in Europe..
February 17, 2016
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has been named Asia Pacific Legal Advisor of the Year and has been awarded 16 Deal of the Year accolades by IJ Global at regional ceremonies held in Dubai, Singapore, New York and London, this month..
March 30, 2017
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has announced a series of management appointments in Asia, effective May 1, 2017..
March 30, 2017