Collyer Law advised a pioneering on-demand delivery service on structuring a share incentive scheme for employees. Through its revolutionary urban on-demand delivery platform, businesses and consumers can connect real-time with local couriers, who deliver goods or run errands on their behalves anywhere in a city.
oBike partners blockchain platform Tron to launch cryptocurrency Singaporean bikesharing operator oBike will partner blockchain platform Tron to launch its own cryptocurrency called oCoins in the first quarter of 2018. In a world-first of its kind, oBike users will be able to pay for their rides and top up their oBike wallets using oCoins. oCoins can be used to buy online content or on any applications that are on Tron's platform like Peiwo and Uplive. The longer users ride o
New draft regulations for cryptocurrency exchanges Draft regulations released by Bank Negara Malaysia in December require any person or company, which exchanges cryptocurrency on behalf of someone else, to verify their customers' identities, monitor transactions and report any suspicious activities to Malaysian authorities. Additionally, companies must report usage statistics to the central bank. While the regulations will only apply to exchanges -which are being referred to
Collyer Law advised a senior executive director of a multinational Agri-foods Company on a potential non-compete issue arising out of a joint venture with an European snack food major. The matter involved analysis of Singapore case-law on non-compete law in the context of a complicated cross-border restructuring exercise, and company law considerations.
Collyer Law advised a private equity group specializing in investments ranging from special situation financing to long-term strategic capital, on issuance of digital certificates in relation to digitised real estate in Thailand.