Si En Tan
Si En is a Singapore-qualified criminal lawyer specialising in corporate criminal investigations and regulatory matters. She also advises on anti-bribery, corruption and fraud compliance with both international standards and Singapore laws.
She has conducted cross-border internal investigations into allegations of fraud, bribery, and corruption on behalf of corporate clients. She also conducts anti-bribery and corruption due diligence for M&As and transactions.
Formerly a prosecutor and state counsel at the Singapore Attorney-General's Chambers, Si En advised on criminal investigations by various enforcement agencies and regulatory bodies, and has appeared before the High Court and Court of Appeal of Singapore in criminal trials and appeals.
Si En is admitted as an advocate & solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore and maintains her rights of audience to conduct Singapore criminal litigation as a Senior Associate in MPillay, the Singapore firm within our Joint Law Venture in Singapore.
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