Norton Rose Fulbright lawyers included in Singapore’s most influential legal minds aged 40 and under

Press release - Recognition January 2019

Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has announced of counsels Katie Chung and Sue Ann Gan have been included in the Singapore Business Review’s most influential legal minds under 40 for 2018.

Singapore Business Review has listed 20 of the most promising legal minds aged 40 and under.  After careful selection from hundreds of nominees with specialisations ranging from dispute resolution and litigation, mergers and acquisitions, finance, and construction to intellectual property, copyright, media law, family law, and energy, 20 people were included as Singapore's best lawyers in their fields.

Katie Chung is an international disputes and arbitration lawyer based in Singapore. With more than a decade of experience in international arbitration, Katie has advised and represented both private and state-owned clients in international arbitrations conducted under institutional and ad hoc arbitration rules. These are usually multi-jurisdictional disputes with an Asian element, involving a wide range of applicable laws, and arise out of diverse subject matters, notably infrastructure, mining, oil & gas, power generation, and renewable energy. Katie has particular expertise in the energy sector and infrastructure disputes. Katie also sits as an arbitrator.

Sue Ann Gan is a shipping lawyer based in Singapore. Sue Ann has been committed to the shipping industry since the start of her career and was recognised by the Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2018 as a Next Generation Lawyer in the shipping sector in Singapore for the second year running. Sue Ann's practice focuses on ship finance, where she acts for financial institutions, lessees and owners on a wide range of ship finance and leasing transactions. She also advises on limited recourse project financings in the shipping sector for all asset classes and has experience in syndicated and structured debt financing and export credit financing. 

Yu-En Ong, head of Singapore, Norton Rose Fulbright, commented: 

“We are delighted that Katie and Sue Ann have been included in this prestigious listing. It is recognition of their invaluable work across their sectors and practice areas. Congratulations to them both.” 

For further information please contact: 

Kate Farrell, Public Relations Executive
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7444 3724; Mob: +44 (0) 7515 324 290 
kate.farrell@nortonrosefulbright.com

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