Managing Partner, Ms Lisa Theng is recommended by Who’s Who Legal 2020 for Corporate Governance

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Managing Partner, Ms Lisa Theng is recommended by Who’s Who Legal 2020 for Corporate Governance


Published date: 28 August 2020


The Partner Involved: Lisa Theng.




 

CNPLaw LLP is proud to announce that Who’s Who Legal (WWL) 2020 has recommended our Managing Partner, Ms Lisa Theng, in the practice area of Corporate Governance.

In this edition, only 13 lawyers in Singapore are recognised for the practice area of Corporate Governance, and Lisa is one of the selected few.

Lisa has this to say about her ranking: “I am honoured to be part of the selected few recognised by the publication. Good corporate governance continues to be paramount, and companies with strong corporate governance practices are able to maintain high levels of trust among stakeholders and customers. CNPLaw seeks to help our clients strengthen this area in their respective organisations”.

First published in 1996, WWL has identified the foremost legal practitioners in business law based upon comprehensive, independent research. Legal practitioners are ranked based on the recommendations and feedback of those previously featured on publication.

 

CNPLaw’s Corporate Governance Lawyer

Lisa Theng-Oct2017
Managing Partner

    As a managing partner, Lisa sees a need to ensure that our clients see us as their business partner and not as just a legal service provider. Our aim is to provide innovative legal solutions for our clients across Asia with a high level of service and support that will help our clients better manage and succeed in their own businesses.She has been involved with healthcare, oil and gas, manufacturing, engineering, distribution, trading, exhibition, publishing, food and beverage and leisure and entertainment companies on a range of issues. She also regularly works with private equity and venture capital companies and funds.


    We advise both private and public (whether listed or non-listed) companies on corporate governance and compliance issues to help them acclimatise and thrive in a regulatory landscape that is becoming increasingly complex.

    Besides providing general advice on director duties and corporate secretarial matters, we help our clients better appreciate the licensing and compliance regimes applicable to the industries that they operate in and review our clients’ administrative and operational procedures for consistency with industry standards.