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Sarah Lim

T: +852 2533 2744 M: +852 9848 3200 Email Sarah | Vcard Office: Hong Kong

Sarah Lim Registered foreign lawyer

Contact details

Sarah Lim

Sarah Lim
Registered foreign lawyer

T: +852 2533 2744 M: +852 9848 3200 Email Sarah | Vcard Office: Hong Kong

Sarah is a registered foreign lawyer in our Hong Kong office. Her area of practice comprises a broad range of corporate matters, with a particular focus on corporate finance (including initial public offerings), corporate advisory and regulatory compliance, joint ventures and mergers and acquisitions.
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Prior to joining the firm, Sarah gained experience in civil and commercial litigation, as well as banking and finance transactions. She has advised clients in a broad range of litigation matters, including corporate disputes and employment law. In the area of banking and finance, Sarah has assisted in the preparation of documents relating to bilateral and syndicated loan transactions and structured finance for banks and other financial institutions (in their capacity as lenders, agents or underwriters).

Sarah graduated from the University of Leeds (United Kingdom) with a Bachelor of Laws in 2011 and a Master of Laws in 2012. She was admitted as an advocate and solicitor in Singapore in 2014, and is proficient in English, Mandarin and Cantonese.
 
  • Corporate
Reviewing and drafting commercial agreements, including private policies, non-disclosure agreements, deeds of novation, leasing agreements, security documentation and corporate documentation, such as board minutes and written resolutions.

Advising Singapore-listed entities on compliance and corporate governance issues.

Assisting in the preparation of documents (including due diligence reports) for a Singapore-listed entity in the acquisition of a chain of clinics in China, Vietnam and Cambodia with an aggregate consideration of approximately US$24.5 million.

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  • Banks and banking
Advising offshore banks on employment contracts and regulatory compliance.

Assisting in the preparation of documents in refinancing transactions involving the addition of new facilities or increase of existing facilities, the accession of new lenders or obligors to existing syndicated loan agreements, security and inter-creditor agreements for major banks and financial institutions.

Assisting in the preparation of documents for a Mauritian entity in relation to an extension of approximately US$1.2 million bonds.

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