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Yu Jia Ang

Senior Associate


Ang Yu Jia
Yu Jia Ang

Senior Associate


Yu Jia has experience in a wide range of non-contentious financial services regulatory and compliance matters. This includes advising banks, payment service providers and other financial institutions on various issues, including those relating to licensing, conduct of business, outsourcing, employee misconduct, anti-money laundering and other compliance requirements.

 She also advises global financial institutions on Singapore data privacy laws and regulations and data privacy compliance. On the transactional side, Yu Jia has provided support on the financial services regulatory aspect of transactions such as the transfer of private banking businesses, the sale of trust businesses, and the acquisition or restructuring of regulated entities. In addition, she has prior experience in contentious regulatory work, which involved investigations by regulatory authorities.

News & insights

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Publications: 17 SEPTEMBER 2021

Great Fund Insights - New SFDR Principle Adverse Impacts (PAI) regime - key points

The most innovative and challenging aspect of the EU’s Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) is probably the new principal adverse impacts or PAI regime.

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Cityscape of the Singapore city skyline with white clouds against a blue sky

Publications: 14 SEPTEMBER 2021

Why more private capital fund managers are domiciling in Asia

Pragmatic fund structures and attractive tax and setup incentives are convincing an increasing number of private capital fund managers to domicile in Hong Kong and Singapore.

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Key regulatory topics

Publications: 09 SEPTEMBER 2021

Key Regulatory Topics: Weekly Update 3 – 9 September 2021

Of particular note this week, the FCA and PRA have published a joint Dear CEO letter sent to firms that carry out trade finance activity to reiterate their regulatory expectations of such firms, and…

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Implementing the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s Guidelines on Individual Accountability and Conduct

Publications: 03 DECEMBER 2020

Implementing the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s Guidelines on Individual Accountability and Conduct – our online tool

Financial institutions don’t have long to work towards compliance with the new Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) Guidelines on Individual Accountability and Conduct. Non-compliance with the…

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Admitted as Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore, 2014


Bachelor of Laws, Singapore Management University, 2013