Fordham Joins Wikborg Rein

Tuesday, June 03, 2003
Stephen Fordham has joined Wikborg Rein, as partner in its Singapore office. Fordham is accompanied by his colleague Chee Chuen Yee, both with Watson, Farley & Williams asset finance team. Wikborg Rein will become the first Norwegian law firm to offer English law expertise at this level. Wikborg Rein has been active in the international market for more than 40 years and holds the leading position in the Norwegian-Asian shipping market. The firm will now offer English law expertise and thus provide an expanded range of service to our clients in international transactions. "Stephen Fordham and Chee Chuen Yee are both highly regarded lawyers. This appointment is another step to achieving the firm's ambition of being a truly international firm. Fordham's international and regional contacts will further strengthen Wikborg Rein's network and position," says Tom Haugård Evensen, Managing Partner in Wikborg Rein.
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