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Wong Meng Meng, Senior Counsel, founded WongPartnership in 1992, and the Firm ranks amongst the top law firms in Singapore today. Meng Meng retired from the Partnership in 2006, but remains with the Firm as Founder-Consultant, a position that aptly acknowledges his role as the man who, in the words of The Straits Times in its 16 December 2006 article, "set up a law firm that achieved a meteoric rise to prominence."
Meng Meng is an accredited arbitrator with various professional and jurisdictional institutions including the Singapore International Arbitration Centre. He now acts mainly as Arbitrator or Counsel in selected cases.
Meng Meng graduated from the University of Singapore and was admitted to the Singapore Bar in 1972. He was among the pioneer batch of Senior Counsel appointed in January 1997.
Meng Meng is an accredited Adjudicator under the Building & Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 2004, and a member of the Competition Appeal Board set up under the Competition Act.
Meng Meng is the President of The Law Society of Singapore, a Vice President of Singapore Academy of Law, and a Member of the Advisory Board of the Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore. He had served previously as a member of the Military Court of Appeal, and the Advisory Committee of the Singapore International Arbitration Centre.
Meng Meng sits on the Board of several public and other companies including United Overseas Bank Limited and Mapletree Industrial Trust Management Ltd.
Meng Meng has consistently been acknowledged as one of the world's leading lawyers in leading directories such as The International Who's Who of Commercial Litigators, The Guide to the World's Leading Experts in Commercial Arbitration, Asialaw Leading Lawyers, PLC Cross-border Dispute Resolution: Arbitration Handbook, The International Who's Who of Construction Lawyers and Best Lawyers International: Singapore, amongst others.
The Euromoney Legal Media Group identified Meng Meng as one of the world's leading litigation lawyers and also ranked him as one of the top five litigation lawyers in Singapore. The Asia Pacific Legal 500 - The Guide to Asia's Commercial Law Firms has identified Meng Meng as a leading individual in Singapore for dispute resolution work since 2001. He is also recognised for Corporate Governance work in Singapore by PLC Which Lawyer – Directors’ Duties & Liabilities.
David Wong is a Chartered Accountant, and was previously a partner with Ernst & Young. He is currently the Chairman of Ascendas Funds Management (Singapore), the manager of the Ascendas Real Estate Investment Trust. He sits on the boards of several companies, including Banking Computer Services Pte Ltd, LMA International NV, PacificMas Bhd, Pacific Mutual Fund Berhad and United Engineers Ltd. He is also a board member of the National Environment Agency and a member of the Casino Regulatory Authority of Singapore. David has been awarded the Public Service Star and the Public Administration (Military) Medal (Silver).
Lee Chuan Seng is the Emeritus Chairman of Beca Asia, a leading engineering consultancy based in Singapore, and was an Executive Director of the Beca Group, New Zealand. After leading the expansion of the Beca Asia business over more than two decades into Indonesia, Myanmar, Malaysia and China, he has retired in 2013. He has lived and worked in New Zealand, the Philippines, Indonesia and Singapore and his international work experience also includes projects in Vietnam, Australia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan and Korea.
Chuan Seng is an Honorary Advisor of the Singapore Green Building Council and was its founding President (2009-2011). He is a Board Member of the World Green Building Council (2010-2013) and the Singapore National Environment Agency which regulates environmental matters. He was the Deputy Chairman of the Singapore Building and Construction Authority as well as a Board Member of the Singapore Professional Engineers Board, having served several terms on these statutory bodies which regulate the construction industry and the engineering profession in Singapore.
In addition, he chairs a number of industry committees, including the BCA Green Mark Advisory Committee which oversees the benchmarks for green building awards in Singapore, and the BCA Industry Steering Committee for Building Information Modelling (BIM) which seeks to improve the productivity of the construction industry. He is also Co-Chair of the Singapore BCA International Panel of Experts for Sustainability in the Built Environment (2008, 2009 and 2013) and the International Panel of Experts for BIM Technology (2010 and 2013). He is Chair of the Advisory Board for the BCA Centre for Sustainable Buildings which is the result of collaboration between the BCA and the United Nations Environment Programme. He is a member of the Singapore Ministry of National Development R&D Steering Committee for applied research into environmentally sustainable technologies in construction, and had previously chaired its Technical Evaluation Panel.
Muthukrishnan Ramaswami, better known as Ramu, is President of Singapore Exchange (SGX) where, jointly with the CEO, he is responsible for steering and growing the businesses of SGX.
Prior to SGX, he worked with Citigroup from 1986 to 2007. Most recently he was the Chief Information Officer with the International Consumer Business of Citigroup’s Global Consumer Bank. He also held senior executive positions in Citigroup’s international and regional offices, working in Operations, Technology and Transaction Banking roles with Citigroup in Mumbai, Singapore, Hong Kong, London and New York.
Ramu serves on the Board of the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore.
He holds a Master’s Degree in Mathematics (Honours) from Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences, and also a Post Graduate Diploma in Management Studies (Masters in Business Administration) from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.
Chng Lay Chew is Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of SGX.
Lay Chew has more than 30 years of experience in accounting and financial management, including leadership positions in leading local and international banks. In his previous role, he was responsible for the finance functions of DBS Group’s operations in all countries outside Singapore. He was also previously CFO of the bank’s Greater China business, supporting the integration and growth of the Hong Kong operations and the expansion into China. His earlier roles include senior finance positions in JP Morgan’s Singapore, Tokyo and New York offices.
Lay Chew is a Board Member of the Singapore Accountancy Commission, which oversees the development of the country’s accountancy sector. He is also a member of the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants and the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Singapore. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Administration degree from New Zealand’s Victoria University.