Pinsent Masons boosts Singapore Technology team

18 Apr 2013 | 10:55 am |

International law firm Pinsent Masons has boosted its international TMT practice with the appointment of leading partner Bryan Tan in Singapore. Bryan joins Pinsent Masons with a team of lawyers from Keystone Law Corporation, a boutique law firm in Singapore specialising in TMT, where he was Founding Partner and Director.

Bryan’s client base comprises Government bodies (both in Singapore and across the ASEAN countries), multi-national corporations, as well as technology start-ups.

Bryan will lead and develop the TMT and commercial practice in Singapore and source work locally and internationally working closely with Peter Bullock in Hong Kong.

Clive Seddon, Head of TMT & Sourcing at Pinsent Masons, commented: "Pinsent Masons' Asia Pacific business is long established but has grown substantially in recent years.  There are many opportunities in relation to the Group's existing and prospective TMT client base in the region.  Bryan's arrival shows Pinsent Masons' commitment to become a leading global TMT and sourcing practice, serving international and regional clients.” 

David Ryan, Pinsent Masons' Managing Partner, said: "Bryan is a significant appointment for us in Singapore given its increasing prominence as a global hub for the Technology sector. We remain committed to investing in those sectors where we see significant potential for international growth and Bryan's arrival is a clear demonstration of that strategy."

Bryan and his team will join Pinsent Masons' Singapore office in May 2013.

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