Andy specialises in white-collar crime. His expertise is in securities and banking regulatory compliance and in white-collar criminal law. Andy has great span and depth in advising and handling matters involving the UN Sanctions, complicated fraud, corruption (FCPA & UKBA), whistle-blowing, compliance and risk management, market misconduct, money laundering, as well as issues relating to counter-proliferation. He has also helmed a number of complicated confidential investigations into multi-jurisdictional fraud as well as highly sensitive matters involving senior management misconduct. He has actively advised on and managed several disciplinary and ethical issues for the Firm’s premium and priority clients. Andy has also acted and advised on numerous regulatory and enforcement matters under the Securities & Futures Act for the Firm’s clients including international banking and financial institutions, premium individuals, sovereign wealth funds and listed companies. Clients have called on him because of his “out of the box and pragmatic solutions” as well as “his sheer dependability” in their times of crisis. Andy commenced his legal career in the public service where he held the concurrent appointments of Magistrate, Subordinate Courts and Assistant Registrar of the Supreme Court, Singapore, from 1996 to 1998. Thereafter, he was appointed State Counsel and Deputy Public Prosecutor in the Attorney-General’s Chambers’ Civil Division as well as the then Criminal Justice Division till 2001. Andy graduated from the National University of Singapore with an LLB (Hons) degree in 1996 and was called to the Singapore Bar in 2000. He is also a non-practising solicitor of England and Wales, having been admitted to the Roll of Solicitors of England and Wales in 2010.