Ben Rose

Partner
Norton Rose Fulbright (Asia) LLP

Singapore
Singapore
T:+65 6309 5324
Singapore
Singapore
T:+65 6309 5324
Ben Rose

Ben Rose

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Biography

Ben Rose is an asset and project finance lawyer based in Singapore. He is a partner and is head of shipping and offshore in Asia.  He focuses on offshore oil and gas and shipping finance transactions.

Ben has over 20 years' experience in the energy/offshore and asset/transportation sectors, representing financial institutions, lessors, shipping/energy companies and government agencies in connection with all types of secured lending, capital raising, leasing, multi-jurisdictional sale and purchase transactions and newbuilding finance. He has advised on a wide range of projects including limited recourse project financings in the offshore oil and gas and shipping sectors, including for LNG vessels, FPSOs, FSOs, FSRUs and drilling/production rigs. He has extensive experience in syndicated and structured debt financing, cross-border leasing, off-balance sheet structures, Islamic financing, export credit financing and receivables financing in the cruise sector.

Ben read law at Exeter University and was admitted as a lawyer in England and Wales in 1999. He has worked in each of our London, Athens and Singapore offices and became partner in 2009.

Ben is ranked as a 'key individual' and one of the leading lawyers in Asia-Pacific in the categories of Shipping, Asset Finance and Projects and Energy in both Legal 500 (Tier 1 for both Shipping and Asset Finance) and Chambers and Partners Asia-Pacific and Global.  He has been ranked as one of 'Singapore's Leading Lawyers for Project Finance' in IFLR1000 each year from 2017 to 2020 and named in the 2020 edition of The Best Lawyers in Singapore in the categories of Maritime Law and Trade Law.


Professional experience

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  • Solicitor, qualified in England & Wales

Knowledge

Shipping law insights

Publication | July 12, 2019

Shipping law insights archive

Publication | July 12, 2019