Tim Tan joins DLA Piper as corporate partner in the Bangkok office
DLA Piper has hired Tim Tan as a partner in the corporate group of the Bangkok office. Tan joins from O’Melveney & Myers, where he was counsel in the Singapore office in the corporate finance practice.
Tan focuses his practice on banking and leverage finance, corporate debt and restructuring and special situations investment transactions.
His experience includes acquisition finance, project finance, trade finance, commercial lending, corporate debt restructuring and mergers and acquisitions transactions across Asia including Indonesia, the People’s Republic of China, India, Thailand and the Philippines.
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