Norton Rose Fulbright has appointed Sheela Moorthy as a partner in the Singapore office. She joins from DLA Piper, where she was head of corporate in Singapore. Moorthy has over 20 years’ experience working on complex multi-jurisdictional cross-border M&A transactions in Singapore, Indonesia, India, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, South Africa, Thailand and Vietnam, amongst others. She is admitted as a solicitor in Singapore and England and Wales and speaks English and Malay.

Norton Rose Fulbright also adds Greg Man as a partner to its capital markets practice in Dubai. Man joins from Clifford Chance in Hong Kong. Man has worked on a number of market-leading transactions and specialises in Islamic finance, particularly with respect to sukuk issuances. Prior to joining Clifford Chance in Hong Kong, he worked in Dubai.

Yoon & Yang has added Do Hyung Kim as a partner in the firm’s M&A team. He joins from Yulchon. Kim advises private and public companies on domestic and cross-border M&As and other transactions. He has significant experience advising major Korean conglomerates and government-owned companies. Kim started his career at Bae, Kim & Lee in 1995 after a short stint as a prosecutor at the Daegu District. He moved to Yulchon in 2002. Kim received an LLB and LLM from Seoul National University College of Law and an LLM from New York University School of Law in 2000. He is admitted to practice in South Korea and New York.

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