About The Author


Alexander is an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore and presently an Associate Director with TSMP Law Corporation. He is also a member of INSOL International, an Associate of the Insolvency Practitioner’s Association of Singapore (IPAS) and a member of the Law Society of Singapore and the Singapore Academy of Law.

The author’s full curriculum vitae may be viewed here.

Alexander was called to the Singapore Bar in 2011, after graduating with a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Bristol in 2009 with firsts in Business Rescue & Reconstruction and Trusts

Upon graduation, he began and completed his training with Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP in 2011 and thereafter commenced practice with R&T until January 2015. During this time, Alexander’s practice focused on insolvency, corporate and banking litigation and he was privileged to work with experienced lawyers who were captains in their respective industries.

Alexander joined TSMP’s Dispute Resolution Team and presently spearheads the Restructuring and Insolvency Practice Group under Mr Thio Shen Yi S.C., one of Singapore’s venerable Senior Counsel and a leading lawyer in the fields of corporate and commercial dispute resolution.

Alexander’s own practice is primarily focused on complex corporate and commercial litigation, with a specialization in corporate insolvency and debt restructuring. Alexander also maintains a vibrant practice in both non-contentious and advisory work in the areas of banking law, employment & labour law and credit & security.

Apart from individuals, Alexander’s corporate clientele includes banks, financial institutions, professional advisory and accounting firms, private equity funds, multinational and/or listed entities and statutory bodies.

Concurrent with practice, Alex was previously an adjunct lecturer in the law of trusts in a local university from 2012 to 2013. He has also assisted in setting the syllabus of and examinations for the Insolvency Law module as part of Part B of the Singapore Bar Examinations (2014) and the Corporate Insolvency Law module of the Foreign Practitioner’s Examination (2012 and 2014).