Tan Chong Huat
Tan Chong Huat is the Managing Partner and one of the founding members of RHT Law.
He is currently the Head of the Firm’s Corporate and Securities Practice. He also serves as a member of the International Management Board of Taylor Wessing.
Chong Huat has extensive experience in corporate, banking and project finance law in Singapore and the region, and acted in numerous significant corporate transactions. He has been named a leading practitioner in many reputable professional publications.
He is an adjunct associate professor of the Law Faculty and the Business School, National University of Singapore, and the Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University. He was conferred a Visiting Professorship by the Beijing Normal University. Chong Huat has co-authored books on PRC laws and corporate governance, namely: PRC Corporate Secretarial Practice; China Business Law: A Guide for Lawyers & Entrepreneurs; Corporate Governance of Listed Companies in Singapore and Casebook on Corporate Governance: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.
Chong Huat is also chairman and/or director of several public listed companies, and a registered professional with RHT Capital Pte. Ltd., an approved continuing sponsor on Catalist, the sponsor-supervised board of the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited.
Chong Huat’s recent appointments include being council member of Corporate Governance Council of the Monetary Authority of Singapore and the Football Association of Singapore.
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