Low Jin Liang was named by Singapore Business Review as one of Singapore’s “Most Influential Lawyers Under 40″ in 2016. Jin Liang was selected from a list of almost a hundred nominees based on thought leadership, influence, and success.
Jin Liang is a Family Law and Divorce specialist. His expertise is in divorce and family cases with complex financial issues, including division of assets.
Jin Liang graduated from King’s College London (United Kingdom) with a 2nd Upper Honours degree. After he was called to the Singapore Bar, he worked as a banking and finance lawyer at one of Singapore’s largest firms. His work experience includes:
- Acting for lenders and borrowers in financing and re-financing transactions for construction projects, cross border finance lease transactions and floor stock facilities.
- Advising and negotiating on ISDA documentation for FX and commodities transactions
- Advising Singapore banks on the grant of offshore loans and grant of security in Myanmar by foreign banks under Myanmar law and regulatory restrictions imposed on a foreign bank’s representative office established in Myanmar and preparing legal opinions in respect of banking and finance transactions involving Myanmar elements and attending to the satisfaction of Myanmar law requirements for such transactions.
- Acting for a reputable international developer in the development and sale of resort units and villas for investment and residential purposes in Vietnam.
- Acting for reputable clients on investments/joint ventures in Vietnam and Myanmar, including joint ventures for the development of an industrial park in Vietnam, development of a hotel plot in Vietnam, development of residential plot in Vietnam and investment in an integrated food business in Myanmar.
Having done corporate finance work, Jin Liang decided to fulfil his childhood dream of being a family lawyer and to help families in need. At PKWA Law, Jin Liang deals with divorce cases involving complex financial issues.
Jin Liang is the author of an article published in the Singapore Business Review: “Dividing Matrimonial Assets – A Just and Equitable Future.”