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ASA - South-East Asia

The ASA South-East Asia Chapter is a regional ASA group based in Singapore.

This regional ASA Group was founded in 2016 to represent the interests of ASA members in South-East Asia.

The ASA South-East Asia Chapter is chaired by Julie Raneda (Schellenberg Wittmer Pte Ltd). ASA Board Member Michael Hwang SC (Michael Hwang Chambers LLC) is Honorary Chair.

In July 2017, Jimmy Yim SC (Drew & Napier), Amanda Lees (Simmons & Simmons), Loretta Malintoppi (39 Essex Chambers) and Paul Tan (Rajah & Tann) joined as regional co-leaders. They are actively involved in the development of ASA’s activities in the region.

For more information please contact Julie Raneda in Singapore, at


The ASA South-East Asia Chapter is pleased to support the following events:

Currently no upcoming events.

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