18 March 2019

ASEAN+6 Mergers and Acquisitions CPD Seminar | Sydney

Published on 18 March 2019

We are pleased to announce our upcoming CPD seminar in Sydney. This seminar will discuss various topics around Mergers and Acquisitions Practice in the ASEAN+6 region. 

We will cover the trends and key factors that influence strategic motives for cross-border M&A deals, and discusses different types of M&A transactions, the life cycle of a transaction, tactical elements, country-specific nuances and local practices for deal planning in the ASEAN+6 region.

We will also cover the key aspects of drafting and negotiating a sale and purchase agreement and typical structures of these agreements. Common issues arising out of cross-border practice between ASEAN+6 will also be addressed.

Topics to be covered:

  • The strategic motives and key factors of M&A
  • Constraints in the cross-border M&A transactions
  • Types of M&A transactions
  • The country-specific nuances and local practices for deal planning in ASEAN+6
  • Drafting of Sale and Purchase Agreement
  • General Anatomy of a Sale and Purchase Agreement
  • Common issue arising out of cross-border practice between ASEAN+6 countries


Seminar presenter: Raphael Tay

Raphael Tay is the Director of the ASEAN+6 Programme at The College of Law Asia and a Partner at Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill. Raphael has been in practice for more than 30 years and has extensive experience in corporate and commercial law with particular focus on ASEAN+6 cross border work. He was recently named as a Notable Practitioner in the 2018 edition of International Financial Law Review (IFLR) 1000 and is a regular contributor to the World Bank Group’s reports. Raphael is also the Chairman of the LAWASIA Moot Standing Committee and the Vice-Chair of the Inter-Pacific Bar Association (IPBA) Legal Development and Training Committee.


Event details

18 March 2019

Seminar will run from 3.00pm - 5.00pm

Refreshments from 5.00pm - 6.00pm

The College of Law, Level 16, 111 Elizabeth St, Sydney NSW 2000

You will be eligible for 2 CPD points in Professional Skills, and Practice Management and Business Skills.

Register now!