Daren Shiau

Allen & Gledhill (Singapore)
Lawyer (Partner)

Daren Shiau, PBM, is a corporate lawyer, and is Co-Head of the Corporate & Commercial Department at Allen & Gledhill. A leading regional competition law specialist, he is concurrently Co-Head of Competition & Antitrust. His practice covers antitrust litigation, international cartels, monopolies and dominance, and global merger control. Daren’s market-leading expertise dates back to antitrust origins in the region, when he had been cited as “the most highly nominated practitioner”, and “a real expert according to rivals”, in the inaugural Competition chapter of Who’s Who Legal: Singapore. Daren is also recognised in the tier of Most Highly Regarded in Who’s Who Legal: Southeast Asia 2021.

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1538 Bulletin

Daren Shiau, Kenneth Lim The Singapore Competition Commission clears a strategic alliance agreement concluded between two airlines (Tiger Airways Singapore / Cebu Air)


On 21 September 2015, the Competition Commission of Singapore (the “CCS”) announced that it had cleared a Strategic Alliance Agreement (the “SAA”) entered into between Cebu Air, Inc. (“Cebu Pacific”) and Tiger Airways Singapore Pte. Ltd. (“Tigerair Singapore”) (collectively, the “Parties”), (...)

Daren Shiau, Kenneth Lim The Singaporean Competition Authority takes a provisional decision to block a proposed acquisition in the radiology and imaging services sector (RadLink-Asia / Fortis Singapore)


On 16 March 2015, the Competition Commission of Singapore (“CCS”) announced that it had taken a provisional decision to block the proposed acquisition of RadLink-Asia Pte Limited (“RadLink”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Fortis Healthcare Singapore Pte. Limited (“Fortis Singapore”) by Medi-Rad (...)

Daren Shiau, Kenneth Lim The Competition Commission of Singapore clears an acquisition in the airline sector in a landmark decision (Singapore Airline / Tiger Airways)


On 28 November 2014, the CCS announced that it had cleared the notification for decision in relation to the acquisition of Tiger Airways Holdings Limited (“Tigerair”) by Singapore Airlines Limited (“SIA”) (collectively, the “Parties”) on the grounds of a failing firm defence argument. After (...)



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