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Huei Wen TEOH, Associate
Huei Wen TEOH

Huei Wen graduated with a First Class Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from Multimedia University in 2014. She commenced her pupillage at MahWengKwai & Associates under the guidance of Mr Lim Jo Yan, where she was exposed to due diligence exercises, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, restructurings, capital reduction, commercial contracts, corporate advisory, corporate governance, competition, real estate and employment.


Huei Wen was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya in 2015. She continues her practice with MahWengKwai & Associates in the areas of corporate, commercial and conveyancing work. She will be joining Jo Yan in Lim Jo Yan & Co on 1 January 2017.

Career To Date

2017   Associate, Lim Jo Yan & Co 

2015   Associate, MahWengKwai & Associates

2015   Called to the Malaysian Bar

2015   Pupil-in-Chambers, MahWengKwai & Associates

Educational Achievements

2015    Bachelor of Laws (Hons), Multimedia University

Corporate and Commercial Experience
  • Drafting and reviewing shareholders agreements and share sale and purchase agreements.

  • Drafting and reviewing joint venture agreements.

  • Drafting and reviewing agreements in respect of the use of factoring platform.

  • Drafting and reviewing asset transfer agreements and debt repayment agreements.

  • Drafting and reviewing licensing agreements.

  • Drafting and reviewing commercial contracts, non-compete agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and memoranda understanding.

  • Drafting and reviewing employment contracts and mutual separation agreements, and advising on issues relating to employment laws.

  • Reviewing and amending the constitution of a society.

  • Advising and assisting companies in respect of capital reduction exercise.

  • Assisting on the incorporation of companies in Malaysia

  • Assisting in the application for trademark registration in Malaysia.

  • Advising on corporate laws and compliance in Malaysia.

  • Advising on fintech regulatory compliance in Malaysia.

  • Drafting and vetting of Sale and Purchase Agreements, Lease Agreements and Tenancy Agreements.

Thought Leadership
  • An Overview on the significant changes in the Malaysian Code on Takeovers and Mergers 2016

  • Companies Bill 2015: The Real Estate Perspectives

Malaysian Speaking Engagements
  • Regulatory Framework for Fintech in Malaysia (2016)

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