Rebecca acts in arbitrations under various institutional rules (including HKIAC, SIAC, ICC, AIAC) as well as ad hoc arbitrations. She has advised multinational clients on cross-border disputes across a range of industry sectors, with particular focus in the energy and hospitality sectors. Her experience includes multi-jurisdictional investigations and compliance advisory.
Rebecca serves on the Commercial Arbitration Committee at the Young Practitioner Group of Asian International Arbitration Centre.
As a member of the firm's Asia Pro Bono team, Rebecca advocates for systemic change, bringing together cross-sector stakeholders to achieve tangible outcomes for disadvantaged communities.
Her recent experience includes:
- representing 11 respondents which are subsidiaries of two private equity investment firms in a bilingual (Chinese & English) HKIAC emergency arbitration in relation to a shareholders' disputes in respect of an e-commerce business operating principally in the PRC market
- representing a leading luxury hotel chain in a bilingual (Chinese & English) UNCITRAL arbitration concerning disputes arising out of a hotel management agreement involving a hotel located in China
- advising a Chinese state-owned engineering company contractor in relation to its EPC contract to construct a beneficiation plant in Saudi Arabia, providing full project lifecycle advice, and support in the preparation and negotiation of claims
- advising a multinational pharmaceutical and healthcare corporation and conducting internal investigations into compliance breaches at its Asia subsidiaries and service providers
- defending regulatory enforcement proceedings against a global investment bank for alleged due diligence failings in their role on IPOs
Rebecca was admitted to the Malaysian Bar as an 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 also speaks basic Korean.