Ashurst (Singapore)

Angie Ng

Ashurst (Singapore)
Lawyer (of Counsel)

Angie Ng is a counsel in the competition practice of Ashurst. Angie’s practice covers a broad range of competition issues across Australia, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Singapore and the rest of the Asia Pacific region. In 2020, Angie relocated from Sydney to Singapore to head up Ashurst’s Asia-based competition practice. Angie has strong pan-Asian competition law credentials. She has spent a significant portion of her career in Beijing and Hong Kong and advised on the drafting and design of Hong Kong’s competition law. She brings depth to multi-jurisdictional merger filings for complex and large-scale transactions and cross-border investigations by combining international experience with "on-the-ground" local knowledge to deliver effective outcomes and solutions for clients. Angie has been recognised in the Ashurst "Competition and Trade" Legal 500 ranking. She was also shortlisted as Special Counsel of the Year at the 2018 Australian Law Awards (Lawyers Weekly).

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Articles

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Angie Ng The Indonesian Competition Authority imposes penalties on six companies for failing to notify their respective transactions in accordance with the mandatory post-closing notification requirements under the national merger control regime (Taiko Plantations / Aplikasi Karya Anak Bangsa / Saratoga Investama Sedaya / Dharma Satya Nusantara / Travel Circle / Orix)

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Key takeaways The Indonesian merger regime requires notifiable transactions to be submitted 30 days post-closing. Failure to meet filing deadlines could result in fines of at least IDR 1 billion being imposed. There is no express statute of limitations pursuant to the merger regime, meaning the (...)

Angie Ng, Candice Upfold The Indonesian Competition Authority imposes penalties on three companies for lodging merger filings up to eight years too late (Orix / Saratoga Investama Sedaya / Dharma Satya Nusantara)

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On 5 April 2021, the Indonesian Competition Commission ("KPPU") imposed fines totalling IDR 3.2 billion (approximately USD 221,000) on one Japanese and two Indonesian companies for failing to notify their respective transactions in a timely fashion. Key takeaways The Indonesian merger regime (...)

Angie Ng The Hong Kong Competition Authority issues fines against six decoration contractors and two individuals for engaging in cartel conduct in contravention of section 6 of the Competition Ordinance which prohibits anti-competitive agreements (Fungs / Yee Hing / Cheung Min / Hing Shing / Luen Hop / Dao Kee...)

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On 5 January 2021, the Hong Kong Competition Tribunal ("Tribunal") issued fines totalling approximately HKD 3.26 million against six decoration contractors and two individuals for engaging in cartel conduct in contravention of section 6 of the Competition Ordinance ("Ordinance"), which (...)

Angie Ng The Singaporean Competition Authority reduces fines by 20% to 70% imposed on distributors of fresh chicken engaged in a cartel (Gold Chic Poultry / Hua Kun / Toh Thye San Farm / Lee Say...)

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On 4 December 2020, Singapore’s Competition Appeal Board (CAB) reduced penalties imposed on eight out of thirteen distributors of fresh chicken found to have engaged in cartel conduct in September 2018. The reduction in fines ranged from 20% to 70%. What you need to know - key takeaways While (...)

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Angie Ng, Nick Taylor Asia Pacific Merger Control : A comparative view

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Cet article examine le régime de contrôle des concentrations de 14 Etats de la zone Asie Pacifique (Australie, Chine, Inde, Indonésie, Japon, Corée, Laos, Mongolie, Nouvelle Zélande, Pakistan, Singapour, Taïwan, Thaïlande et Vietnam). Ces juridisctions ont été choisis selon les critères suivants : (...)

Ana Barros Feiteira, Angie Ng, Benoît Merkt, Camilla Jain Holtse, Christian Hagerman, Christian Nielsen, David T. Fischer, Dieter Hauck, Graeme Edgerton, Iñigo Igartua Arregui, Kiri Tahana, Lesley Farrell, Martijn Snoep, Martin Klusmann, Massimo Merola, Michael Reiss, Nathalie Jalabert-Doury, Nathan Muyskens, Nick Taylor, Rayan Houdrouge, Sara Lembo, Serge Bourque, Shreeya Smith, Suzanne Kingston, Teresa Lorca Morales, Tommy Pettersson Digital evidence searches in competition investigations : Best Practices for effective fundamental rights (Results of an international survey among defense lawyers)

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An international survey among defense lawyers was lauched under the aegis of Concurrences in order to compare the protections that have been implemented in 15 different jurisdictions to address issues of fundamental rights arising in the frame of digital investigations. A first set of Best (...)

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