Competition and Consumer Law Enforcement in Singapore

In April 2018, the Competition Commission of Singapore was renamed the "Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore" or "CCCS" – reflecting the broadening of its ambit to enforce not only competition law but also consumer law in Singapore.

Many businesses have expressed concern as to what this means in terms of both competition and consumer law enforcement going forward.

It is thus timely that the Chamber invites leading competition and consumer law experts from international law firm Ashurst to provide perspectives regarding both competition and consumer law enforcement in Singapore on 18 July 2018

The speakers will identify various "hotspots" in respect of both laws relevant to international and domestic businesses in Singapore. Examples of recent enforcement actions from the Asia Pacific region will be explored, including covering the case of the proposed Grab/Uber acquisition.

Date  :  Wednesday, 18 July 2018
Time  :  3.30pm - 5.30pm
     (Registration commences from 3.30pm;
     the seminar will start at 3.50pm)
Venue  :  SICC Members' Room
     6 Raffles Quay #10-01
     Singapore 048580
     *Nearest MRT Station: Raffles Place
Registration Fee  :  $22 (Members)
     $42 (Non Members)
Registration Closes  :
 Monday, 16 July 2017

To register, please email your full name, designation, company and contact details to An invoice will then be sent to you by email for settlement. Registration will only be confirmed upon receipt of payment and no refunds will be allowed.

Please note that registration is on a first come first served basis and will close when all seats are filled.

For enquiries, please contact Wen Qing at 6500 0966 or email


  Bill Reid is a partner and the head of Ashurst's Asia Pacific competition and consumer practice. He is a pre-eminent competition and consumer lawyer in Australasia advising on major Australian and international mergers and joint ventures, access to infrastructure issues and competition and consumer protection litigation. He has a long track record for achieving merger clearance for clients in Australia and across the Asia-Pacific region. Bill also has extensive experience advising on competition investigations, compliance and other challenges around Asia. Bill is currently based in Sydney – he was previously based in Singapore.

  Alyssa Phillips is a partner within Ashurst's Asia Pacific competition and consumer practice, and also heads up Ashurst's anti-bribery and corruption practice within Australia. Alyssa regularly advises multinational corporations on competition law and corruption issues around the Asia-Pacific region and globally, and has assisted many companies to obtain merger clearance in a wide range of jurisdictions around the world. Alyssa was previously based in London and Brussels, working for a leading global antitrust practice, and is now based in Brisbane, Australia.

  Angie Ng is a counsel within Ashurst's Asia Pacific competition and consumer practice. She advises both Chinese and global conglomerates on a range of Mainland China, Hong Kong and Austral-Asian antitrust issues (including merger and conduct issues). Angie was also a member of the team of external legal consultants which advised the Hong Kong Government on the drafting and design of Hong Kong's competition law. Angie is Singaporean and is currently based in Sydney. She was previously based in Beijing and Hong Kong with a magic circle firm.
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