Stella Ng

Senior Associate

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  • Advocate & Solicitor, Supreme Court of Singapore
  • LL.B. (Hons), University of Bristol (2016)

Stella is a Senior Associate of RCL Chambers.

Prior to joining RCL Chambers, Stella practised at a leading law firm led by one of Singapore’s top Senior Counsel.

Stella has acted for and advised individual and corporate clients in commercial, companies-related, private client and employment disputes, often with a cross-border element. She has experience handling shareholder disputes, claims concerning breaches of directors’ duties, breaches of contracts and trust-related disputes.

Stella also has experience advising and acting for clients on matters involving white collar crimes and investigatory matters.

Stella graduated with First Class Honours from the University of Bristol. She won the Dean’s Prize and was also commended for best performance in the subject of Insolvency Law.

Stella is effectively bilingual and is proficient in Mandarin Chinese. In 2022, she obtained a Certificate of Proficiency in Business Mandarin for Legal Professionals from the Singapore Chinese Chamber Institute of Business.

Representative Portfolio

  • Acted for a former CEO and director in a claim by liquidators relating to breaches of directors’ duties and provisions under the Insolvency, Restructuring and Dissolution Act and the Companies Act: partly reported in Hyflux Limited (in compulsory liquidation) and others v Lum Ooi Lin [2023] SGHC 113; Lum Ooi Lin v Hyflux Limited (in compulsory liquidation) and others [2023] SGCA 43.
  • Acted for a former director of two foreign companies in a claim for breaches of directors’ duties and conspiracy: Hector Finance Group Ltd and another v Chan Chew Keak [2023] SGHC 127.
  • Acted for an investment-holding company in an application to seek the Court’s declaration on the interpretation of a loan agreement: Quayside Investments Pte Ltd v 38 Degrees Pte Ltd [2021] SGHC 181.
  • Acted for a shareholder in an application to wind up companies on just and equitable grounds: Kathryn Ma Wai Fong v Trillion Investment Pte Ltd and Others [2019] SGCA 18.
  • Acted for former directors of a company in an application by a shareholder to commence a derivative action under section 216A of the Companies Act.
  • Acted for a Singapore-listed transport company in a claim brought by a former employee for breaches of the Employment Act and employment contract: Chua Qwong Meng v SBS Transit Ltd [2022] SGHC 208; Lee Chye Chong and others v SBS Transit Ltd [2021] 5 SLR 821.
  • Acted for brokers from a brokerage firm in a claim for breach of employment contract.
  • Acted for an individual in a claim relating to the distribution of monies under a will and codicil: Khoo Phaik Eng Katherine and another v Khoo Phaik Ean Patricia and another [2023] SGHC 314.
  • Acted for individuals in a claim for monies wrongfully withdrawn from a bank account and for a foreign company in a related claim for monies transferred to a former director as a loan.
  • Advised an individual under investigation on issues relating to the Securities and Futures Act and the Companies Act.
  • Assisted in an internal investigation of a listed company on regulatory matters and advised the company on employment matters.
  • Acted for an individual in a private prosecution relating to the Computer Misuse Act and successfully obtained a discharge amounting to acquittal.