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Taranjit Singh LL.B (Hons), University of London, MIArb (Malaysia)

His dynamic capabilities allow him to fix complex problems faced by many small and larger corporations and given the market conditions, such complexities faced by corporations today are surely to mutate to new challenges tomorrow.

Mr.Taran is a lawyer and an Arbitrator, a member of the Malaysian Institute of Arbitrators Malaysia.

Having graduated with LL.B (Honors) in 2002, he gained employment with a legal firm where he handled conveyancing and industrial relations Court matters. He then joined a Developer as an executive in the property and legal department where he also strategized in arranging a syndicated loan for future project developments.

He then joined a corporate finance firm which is a member of international firms based in London being a worldwide network of independent professional accounting firms and business advisers. It was here that his dynamicity embraced the complex corporate matrix of the insolvency world.

He was the Head of Corporate and Legal Affairs and with his exceptional drafting of affidavits and scheme of arrangements skills under the laws of insolvency set his apart from his peers and intellectual equals in the insolvency world. He was also involved in some of the landmark case precedents set by his firm which went up to the Court of Appeal that helped shape the landscape of insolvency practice in Malaysia today.

Mr.Taran has either successfully restructured and turnaround or had gently put companies to sleep from numerous industries ranging from Engineering, Telecommunication, Airlines, Manufacturing, Maritime, chain of Super Markets.

But that’s just one part of his portfolio, the other part is his dynamicity in resolving one of Malaysia’s oldest problems, its abandoned housing projects. Mr.Taran has had the pleasure of witnessing purchasers receiving their keys to their houses with vacant possession which had been left abandoned for more than 20 years. Mr.Taran has a total of 5 abandoned projects successfully revived to date, but success was never easy.

To add to his expertise, he has vast experience in advising construction companies on safety and health compliance practices in Malaysia pursuant to the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 and has been invited by numerous international bodies overseas to assist in elevating their safety and health standard of compliance.