Dentons Rodyk has boosted its corporate practice with the addition of senior corporate lawyers Evelyn Ang and Emily Low, who joined the firm with six other lawyers from Big Four accounting firm EY’s Singapore law practice, Atlas Asia Law Corporation (AALC).
Previously Managing Director at AALC, Ang re-joins Dentons Rodyk as senior partner in the M&A practice. She spent close to a decade at Dentons Rodyk, then left the firm in 2018 and established AALC, an independent member firm of EY. Her areas of focus at Dentons Rodyk encompass private & public M&As, public take-overs, corporate restructuring exercises and delistings. On the other hand, former AALC Director Low joins the firm as senior partner in the investment funds practice. With over 20 years of experience in financial and corporate services, she was appointed Director of AALC in 2020, where she advised on the formation of a wide variety of funds, including private equity, hedge funds, real estate and infrastructure funds, as well as hybrid structures and platforms.
Former AALC Director Glenda Lee has also returned to the firm as partner. Like Ang, Lee begins her second chapter at Dentons Rodyk in the M&A practice, having left initially in 2018 for AALC. Experienced in domestic and cross-border M&As and corporate finance transactions, Lee advises regularly on private equity and venture capital investments, JVs, corporate restructuring exercises, regulatory, compliance and other general corporate matters.