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Tien Gui has over 20 years of corporate and commercial experience and regularly provides strategic advice to companies on regional and international transactions in the real estate/hospitality sector. In particular, he has represented hotel operators, developers and owners of mixed use/hotel developments, serviced apartments and branded residences. This includes negotiating hotel management agreements, franchise agreements, leasing agreements, joint ventures, and real-property acquisitions, providing on-site consulting related to hotel operations, and advising on dispute resolution and arbitration matters involving the hospitality and leisure sector.

Tien Gui has also extensive experience on cross border transactional mergers and acquisitions for clients across South East Asia, having dealt with many M&A transactions across the region. His experience includes advising vendors or buyers on their sale of assets or shares and advising clients from business start-ups to seasoned companies on regional operational issues including day-to-day compliance, strategic alliances, restructuring and reorganization, mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and post-acquisition integration, and on employment-related issues including termination, dismissal, and retrenchment across South East Asia.

Practices

Representative Experience

Advised Indonesian owner on purchase of a hotel resort in Indonesia.

Advised a NASDAQ listed technology company on relevant legal developments

Advised a European based company on employment-related issues including termination, dismissal, and retrenchment across South East Asia

Prior to joining the Firm, Tien Gui has also:

Acted for Indonesian owner for a sale of a four hotel project in Bali and Jakarta Indonesia.

Acted for Singapore property developer in various hotel projects in Singapore, Cambodia and Malaysia.

Advised international luxury hotel operators for their hotel projects in Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand.

Acted for Singapore listed property developer on their disposal of hospitality assets in People’s Republic of China.