Shanthi Kandiah founded SK Chambers with the goal of creating a standalone regulatory firm that services individuals and entities involved at all levels of the regulatory scheme. Today, SK Chambers does just that – it is focused on delivering legal services in competition law, the full spectrum of multimedia laws, privacy and data protection matters, anti-bribery and corruption laws, as well as capital market laws and Exchange rules.

Shanthi Kandiah regularly advises many corporations in sectors such as media and telecommunications, FMCG, construction and credit reporting on privacy and data protection matters, including the following: compliance strategies that prevent and limit risk; managing risks through contracts with customers and suppliers; data protection and cyber risk due diligence in relation to acquisitions, dispositions and third-party agreements; crisis management when a data breach occurs; investigations management – when faced with regulatory action for data security breaches; and data transfers abroad – advising on risks and issues.

She holds an LLM and a postgraduate diploma in economics for competition law, both from King’s College London.