Vivien Yui is the Joint Head of the Employment Practice and is a Partner in the Corporate/Mergers & Acquisitions, Business Establishment, Corporate Governance & Compliance, and Private Equity Practices. Her main practice areas are private mergers and acquisitions, employment, corporate governance and compliance and general corporate and commercial work. She regularly advises multinational corporations on their global share incentive plans and establishment of local employment practices, benefits and policies. She also assists clients with immigration law and regulatory issues.
Vivien is one of the authors of the inaugural Randstad Singapore Workpocket 2015/16, a guide designed to provide practical advice for HR managers and business owners, up-to-date information on labour market trends and guidance for employers on how to remain compliant with ever-changing reforms and employment and workplace legislation.
Vivien is recommended as a leading practitioner in Best Lawyers and the 2015 edition of Asialaw Profiles – The Guide to Asia-Pacific’s Leading Domestic Law Firms. She is also recognised as a leading lawyer for Employment in Singapore by The Legal 500: Asia Pacific – The Guide to Asia's Commercial Law Firms since 2010/2011.
Vivien is also part of the Firm’s Corporate Governance and Compliance Practice. The Corporate Governance and Compliance Practice, another cross-disciplinary Practice Group, is retained by a number of Singapore Exchange-listed corporations to advise on routine corporate governance and compliance matters, as well as contentious issues and disputes involving corporations, their officers and minority shareholders, and to act for them in respect of regulatory prosecutions or other actions commenced pursuant to the Companies Act, Securities and Futures Act and other statutes regulating the conduct and duties of corporations and their directors and officers.
Vivien has also been involved in the establishment of numerous charitable foundations by prominent local families and institutions and advises them on their ongoing compliance obligations.