Jennifer advises foreign and local sponsors, lenders, borrowers and issuers in banking transactions, project financing transactions and debt capital markets transactions, both conventional and Islamic. Her experience includes advising, structuring, negotiating and documenting banking transactions, project finance transactions, Islamic finance transactions, debt transactions, asset-backed securitisation transactions, structured notes and other structured finance transactions.

Prior to joining the firm in 2014, Jennifer was practicing in a regional law firm in Malaysia, and was a foreign lawyer in Singapore, in one of Singapore’s leading law firm.

Jennifer’s noteworthy transactions include advising on deals involving the issuance of Basel II and Basel III Tier 1 and Tier 2 securities in Malaysia for various Malaysian and international banks, issuance of retail bonds in Singapore, perpetual securities in both Singapore and Malaysia and several significant Regulation S/Rule 144A debt issuances, including but not limited to the 2015 landmark sukuk issuance by the Government of Malaysia, where rights to transportation services were used as an asset class for the first time.


Bar Admissions and Professional Qualifications
Malaysian Bar (2007)

Legal Education
LLB (Hons) (First Class), University of West of England, Bristol