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Joel Seow joins Linklaters as partner

He is set to spur the establishment of an investment funds practice. 

Joel Seow was hired as a partner of Linklaters’ Singapore office, the firm announced. 

This is to help the firm establish an investment funds practice. Seow, in particular, has around a decade’s worth of experience in top-tier investment funds practices in both London and Singapore. Previously, he was from Morgan Lewis, where he was also a partner.

He also has experience in advising sponsors in Asia on the establishment of private investment funds across various asset classes and jurisdictions.

“We are pleased to welcome Joel to our Singapore office. Joel is an established practitioner in the global funds' space, and his experience will be invaluable in helping us to establish a strong investment funds practice in Asia, working alongside our market-leading regulatory, corporate and finance practices to meet the growing demand from our clients and continue to deliver best in class service,” said Silke Bernard, Global Head of Investment Funds. 

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