Hui Ting

Xiao Hui Ting

Local Principal
Wong & Leow LLC


Xiao Hui’s main area of practice is corporate transactions, focusing on domestic and cross-border multi-jurisdictional mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and corporate restructurings. She also advises on general corporate and commercial matters. She acts for privately-held corporates and private equity firms across a broad spectrum of industries.

Representative Legal Matters

  • Advised LafargeHolcim on the disposal of its 80.6% interest in Holcim Indonesia to Semen Indonesia, for an enterprise value of USD 1.75 billion on a 100% basis.

  • Advised Julius Baer Group Ltd (JBG) on the commercial terms of its joint venture with Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) for the set up and operation of private wealth management businesses in Singapore and Thailand.

  • Advised EQT Greater China II Limited on the sale through an auction process of 100% of the equity of Klassisk Investment Limted and the Classic Fine Food Group of Companies (across 14 countries) to the Metro Group. This deal was awarded PE Exit of the Year at the Singapore Venture Capital & Private Equity Association Awards 2016.

  •  Advised Temasek Holdings Pte. Ltd. on its acquisition of exchangeable rigths issued by Prime Star Investment Pte. Ltd. (wholly owned subsidiary of PT Multipolar Tbk) which are exchangeable for 26.1% of the share capital of PT Matahari Putra Prima Tbk for USD 300 million.

  • Advised Hong Kong based, Park Hotel Group on their divestment of Park Hotel Clarke Quay to Acendas for SGD 300 million, which won the Best Exit of the Year at the REIW Asia 2013.

  • Advised Baxter Corporation on the spin-off of its biopharmaceutical treatments into Baxalta Incorporated, and the subsequent post-acquisition integration of Shire plc and Baxalta Incorporated. The project involved approximately 70 jurisdictions with the implementation of the post-acquisition integration spanning 2 years.

  • Advised various multinational corporations in reorgainsation exercises including pre-transaction restructuring and post-acquisition integration.


  • Singapore (2009)


  • National University of Singapore (2009)


  • English
  • Mandarin