SNAPSHOTS OF HONG KONG BUDGET 2021/2022

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On 24 February 2021, Hong Kong’s 2021/2022 Budget was delivered by Mr. Paul Chan, the Financial Secretary of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. Set against the back drop of a second year of economic contraction caused by the impacts...

SINGAPORE BUDGET 2021

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FOREWORD The Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Mr Heng Swee Keat delivered Budget 2021 on 16 February 2021. Set against the backdrop of global uncertainty amplified by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Budget seeks to provide a balance between rendering...

ACUTUS KICKS OFF THE NEW YEAR WITH TWO PROMOTIONS

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We are pleased to announce that Lim Soh Yen has been appointed Deputy Managing Partner of the practice group with effect from 1 January 2021.  Click here to view the full news in pdf format.

LIVE WEBINAR: GETTING DUE DILIGENCE RIGHT

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Live Webinar on 29 October 2020   Click here to register

PREPARING FOR A POST COVID-19 ERA

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Since the introduction of the Fortitude Budget in May, the COVID-19 pandemic has continued to spread across the world at an unrelenting pace. The resulting economic impact has been severe and the global economy is projected to contract by 5%...

LIVE WEBINAR: COVID-19: RESTRUCTURING AND INSOLVENCY

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Live Webinar on 17 August 2020   Click here to register

NOTICE ON TEMPORARY CHANGE OF OPERATING HOURS

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We have re-opened from 2 June 2020.     Click here to view the full news in pdf format.

THE FORTITUDE BUDGET 2020

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On 26 May 2020, a third supplementary budget amounting to S$33 billion was announced by the Minister of Finance, Mr Heng Swee Keat. Named as the Fortitude Budget, it is aimed to support businesses and households as Singapore prepares to...

CONTINUING SUPPORT MEASURES – COVID-19

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CONTINUING SUPPORT MEASURES – COVID-19 On 21 April 2020, Prime Minister, Lee Hsien Loong announced that the “circuit breaker” period will be extended for a further four weeks until 1 Jun 2020. It was explained that these drastic measures were inevitable...

SINGAPORE INSOLVENCY REFORMS

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SINGAPORE INSOLVENCY REFORMS COVID-19 (TEMPORARY MEASURES) BILL On 7 April 2020, the Singapore Government passed the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Bill, in an effort to provide temporary relief measures to businesses and individuals who are unable to fulfil their contractual obligations...