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Hang Wu Tang

Hang Wu Tang



  • Private Wealth And Trust Advisory

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Hang Wu is a walking encyclopedia of law. But it is his volumes of stories and his compelling narrative method of relaying complex legal arguments that make him a highly sought after collaborator and professor of Law, as well as an expert witness on various aspects of Singapore law in international litigation.

As a consultant, Hang Wu co-heads TSMP's Private Wealth and Trust Advisory practice with Jennifer Chia, advising and acting as Counsel on contentious matters involving property, trusts, equity, restitution as well as private wealth and trusts transactions. As a full-time professor at the School of Law, Singapore Management University, he brings the Law to life for students, painting vivid scenarios with stories and anecdotes.

He has also advised various members of Singapore's legal profession, statutory boards and relevant government ministries on complex legal issues pertaining to restitution, land, equity, trusts and charities. Hang Wu's specialist knowledge has led to him being appointed as an expert in Singapore trust law by the U.S. Department of Justice and instructed Counsel in matters before the Singapore Court of Appeal.

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Private Wealth And Trust Advisory

Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

Argued many landmark decisions in the Court of Appeal as instructed Counsel including Sudha Natrajan v The Bank of East Asia [2017] 1 SLR 141 (forgery and undue influence), Alwie Handoyo v Tjong Very Sumito [2013] 4 SLR 308 (unjust enrichment), Ting Siew May v Boon Lay Choo [2014] 3 SLR 609 (illegality) and Yong Kheng Leong v Panweld Trading Pte Ltd [2013] 1 SLR 173 (constructive trust).

Acted as an expert for the U.S. Department of Justice on points of Singapore trust law in relation to a matter regarding civil forfeiture pursuant to the Kleptocracy Asset Recovery Initiative involving a sum over €100 million.

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