Janice Goh is a counsel in our Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice in Singapore. She specialises in commercial dispute resolution with particular emphasis on contentious financial services regulatory advice, investigations and enforcement and white-collar crime including anti-bribery.
Janice has been recognised as a "Next Generation Lawyer" by The Legal 500 Asia Pacific in the category of Financial Services Regulatory. She has also been recognised in the Singapore Business Review as one of "Singapore's most influential lawyers aged 40 and under ".
Some of Janice's recent matters include advising a major private bank in relation to the global regulatory investigation in connection with the 1MDB scandal; advising a major international investment bank in relation to global and MAS investigations into setting of financial benchmarks including the SGD SIBOR and swap offer rates and FX rates and the global FX rigging scandal and advising a major international bank in regulatory investigations arising from a whistle-blower's allegations that the bank was assisting its clients in evading tax by sheltering their funds within accounts opened at the bank.