Dispute resolution (commercial litigation, banking and finance disputes); restructuring and insolvency; securities litigation; land disputes
Sin Min joined the firm in 1985 and became a partner in 1992. She has been admitted to the Bars of both Malaya and Singapore, and is a litigator in civil disputes, with her specialty being the area of Banking & Finance Litigation.
Her experience encompasses all legal problems related to and faced by financial institutions and she acts for such institutions in claims by and against them. She regularly acts and renders advice in matters relating to private debt securities (conventional and Islamic), receiverships and insolvencies, restructuring of debts and schemes of arrangements, handles disputes relating to performance bonds, syndicated loans, Islamic financing, trade finance and forward foreign exchange transactions, financial derivatives, investment banking, bills of exchange, ship financing and maritime vessel ownership matters, as well as various financial products of financial institutions. She has been involved in numerous legal disputes relating to land law and company law and has defended various institutions against a variety of claims including for negligence, defamation, conspiracy and fraud.