The Ministry of Law, Singapore has renewed Norton Rose Fulbright’s Qualifying Foreign Law Practice (QFLP) license for an additional five years, through to December 31, 2025.
Introduced in 2008, the QFLP programme seeks to support the growth of Singapore’s key industries and its legal sector by allowing international firms to advise on certain areas of Singapore law.
Norton Rose Fulbright in Singapore is recognised in leading legal directories for its strength in banking and finance, corporate, M&A and securities and dispute resolution across key industry sectors, including transport, energy, financial services, technology, infrastructure and commodities.
Yu-En Ong, head of Singapore, commented:
“Singapore is the leading hub for Southeast Asia business and a growing global centre for dispute resolution. We are pleased that the Ministry of Law has renewed our QFLP license to enable us to continue to deliver high quality legal advice to our clients and to support Singapore’s growth potential.”