Rebecca acts in arbitrations under various institutional rules (including ICC, SIAC, AIAC, HKIAC) as well as ad hoc arbitrations. She has advised multinational clients on disputes across a range of industry sectors, in particular the construction sector as well as commercial and joint venture disputes. Her experience also includes corporate crime and investigations, by assisting clients with internal investigations and corporate compliance and addressing anti-money laundering issues.
Rebecca serves on the Commercial Arbitration Committee at the Young Practitioner Group of Asian International Arbitration Centre.
Her experience includes:
- defending regulatory enforcement proceedings against a global investment bank for alleged due diligence failings in their role on IPOs
- advising an international engineering company in relation to corruption investigation on its employee by authorities in Malaysia
- representing a leading luxury hotel chain in a bilingual (Chinese & English) UNCITRAL arbitration concerning disputes arising out of the hotel management agreement
- advising a major Malaysian auto manufacturer in relation to disputes arising out of a joint venture contract in China and a potential HKIAC arbitration
- advising a global leading Floating, Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) service provider on potential disputes arising out of a force majeure notice from the FPSO contract in Southeast Asia
Rebecca was admitted to the Malaysian Bar as Advocate and Solicitor of High Court of Malaya and holds a Bachelor of Law (Hons) from Multimedia University.
Rebecca is fluent in English, Mandarin, Cantonese and Malay. She is also able to communicate in basic Korean.