Kenneth George Pereire

Non-Executive Director

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Kenneth George Pereire is a corporate and commercial lawyer and a Non-Executive Director of InterAsia Business New Zealand. His work covers the full spectrum of general corporate and commercial law matters from mergers and acquisitions and cross-border transactions for international and multi-national companies, including securities and other regulatory and compliance matters, down to the day-to-day legal concerns of enterprises in establishing and structuring operations, tax considerations, drafting all kinds of commercial contracts, licensing and distribution agreements, employment law matters, leasing, and complex commercial arrangements.
He has assisted companies in diverse sectors such as telecommunications, software, property development, finance, construction, architecture and recently fintech and blockchain enterprises. His M&A experience has included assisting both foreign and Singapore companies to acquire assets as well as shares in other entities and conducting extensive due diligence for both buyers and sellers. He has completed an extensive asset sale and purchase transaction in India for a UK listed company and is currently handling multiple acquisition projects for Unicorn companies across Southeast Asia.
He has extensive experience in drafting corporate agreements for investors including Shareholder Agreements and Investment Agreements with a focus on protection of minority interests by way of reserve matter clauses.

Robert Lee

Non-Executive Director

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Robert Lee is a Non-Executive Director at InterAsia Business Services New Zealand. He provides strategic guidance and corporate growth advice to InterAsia Business Services New Zealand.

He is a Senior Partner and founder of Robert Lee Law Offices in Hong Kong. He has been offering legal and business services to clients in Japan, China and Hong Kong for over thirty years.

He began practising as a lawyer in Toronto, Canada in 1979. In 1981, he joined the international law firm Baker & Mckenzie and came to Hong Kong with that firm in 1984. After becoming a partner in 1986, he resigned to establish Robert Lee & Co. in 1988, which is the originating company of what has now become the InterAsia Law Group. He has concentrated on the general practice of corporate and commercial law in Hong Kong, Japan and China, with significant transactional experience in London, Thailand, Vietnam, Canada and the United States. His clientele comprises individuals and corporations from diverse nationalities.

Originally trained as a Canadian lawyer, he is also qualified in England (1983), California (1984), Hong Kong (1984), and Australia (1986). He was based in Hong Kong from 1984-95, in Tokyo from 1986-2001, and Shanghai from 2001-04. Robert currently spends half his time in Singapore and the other half of his time in Hong Kong and Tokyo.

Lin Yingxin

Non-Executive Director

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Lin Yingxin is a corporate and commercial lawyer and a Non-Executive Director at InterAsia Business Services New Zealand. He has worked on numerous local and cross-border transactions and disputes, and has advised entrepreneurs, investors, shareholders, directors, start-ups, small and medium enterprises, and multinational corporations from various industries, including aviation, construction, shipping, financial technology, finance, bio-technology, oil and gas, software development, artificial intelligence, distribution, blockchain and cryptocurrency, and e-commerce. He has experience handling arbitration cases and litigation in the High Court of Singapore.

His practice focuses on general corporate and commercial law, including mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, employment law as well as regulatory and compliance matters. He regularly assists clients in reviewing, negotiating and drafting all kinds of contracts and documentation, including sale and purchase agreements, subscription agreements, shareholder agreements, convertible note agreements, distribution and licensing agreements, confidentiality agreements, settlement agreements, terms and conditions for online business activities, anti-money laundering and countering-financing of terrorism policies, employment policies and privacy policies.

Arul Kumaran

Business Development Advisor

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Arul Kumaran is a Business Development Advisor at InterAsia Business Services New Zealand, where he assists with, among others, business development and strategy, marketing, and operations. He also focuses on cross-border and multijurisdictional work including mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate restructuring, regulatory compliance and advisory, data privacy, FinTech and payment services in Singapore and the region. He works closely with a team of leading lawyers, professionals and consultants within the InterAsia network and beyond to build and implement sound and innovative business strategies for clients and find solutions to problems.
He assists start-ups, buy-side and sell-side clients, emerging companies and HNWIs to achieve their commercial objectives and multijurisdictional needs in various collaborations, oversees and facilitates projects and provides support in management and operations. He also handles some real estate investment projects in Lombok, Indonesia and assists investors and HNWIs in land acquisition, liaison and regulatory compliance in Lombok.

Nathan Maharajah

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Shawn Adriel-Ai

Director

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