is one of the founding members of RHTLaw Asia and the head of the firm's Financial Services (Regulatory) Practice. She advises financial institutions, fintech firms and investors on acquisitions and capital raising, on MAS licensing and regulatory requirements for capital markets services providers, operators of organised markets and payment services providers on digital token issuances and the establishment of digital assets exchanges and e-payments platforms. Li-Ling is a regular speaker at seminars on fintech issues, and the implications of fintech developments on corporate finance and securities regulations.
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