Vincent Leow’s practice focuses on banking, employment and shareholder disputes, as well as investigations. He has substantial experience acting for banking and financial institutions, investors, major corporates and regulators on complex contentious matters. He also regularly advises clients on financial regulatory and risk management issues.
Vincent is consistently recognised for his expertise in various leading publications. The Legal 500 Asia Pacific describes Vincent as one of the ‘market leaders’, an ‘excellent lawyer with a first-class mind’, ‘very experienced in dispute resolution in the financial sector’ and ‘our go-to dispute lawyer’. Who’s Who Legal describes him as ‘very responsive and client service-oriented’ and someone who ‘provides practical advice’, while Global Investigations Review notes that ‘clients have also heaped praise . . . for his constant availability [and] ability to turn work around quickly and his sensitivity to client needs’. He is described in Benchmark Litigation Asia Pacific as ‘highly commercial and provides very good service’.
Vincent serves on the faculty of the Singapore Institute of Directors (since 2015) and is a facilitator at the Singapore Institute of Legal Education (since 2004). He has been involved in various law reform reports, and has published articles in law journals and contributed chapters to numerous leading practitioner texts, including The Securities Litigation Review (seventh edition), The International Investigations Review (tenth edition) and The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Financial Services Disputes (2019).