Morrison Foerster has added Tabitha Saw as a partner in its transactions department and global private equity real estate group, based in Singapore. Saw represents investment managers, institutional investors and owner operators in complex, high-value real estate and data center transactions. She has advised on the establishment of multiple capital raising platforms across Asia-Pacific, and has significant experience in hyperscale leasing and co-location arrangements, greenfield and brownfield acquisitions, and operational arrangements. Some of Saw’s representative transactions include advising FLOW Digital Infrastructure on the establishment of its joint venture platform with AyalaLand Logistics Holdings to develop carrier-neutral data centers across the Philippines, and the platform’s acquisition of land for the Laguna data center facility; ESR, a leading global asset manager in industrial real estate, on the development of a US$2.15 billion multi-phase data center campus in Osaka City; and Yondr, a global developer, owner operator and service provider of hyperscale data centers, on its 200MW hyperscale campus development across 72.8 acres of land acquired from TPM Technopark in Johor, Malaysia. Chan earned her BA from Cambridge University, and is admitted to practice in Singapore, and England and Wales. She previously practiced at another leading global law firm.