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Jeremy Tan, Director

Jeremy Tan


CMS Holborn Asia
7 Straits View
Marina One East Tower
Singapore 018936
Languages Mandarin, English

Jeremy Tan is the head of the Commercial and TMT team at Holborn. He is an international technology lawyer with a focus on technology sourcing, outsourcing, FinTech, communications and data protection. He advises clients in a wide range of sectors, including the financial services, healthcare and telecommunications sectors.

Jeremy is recognized in legal directories as a leading individual in the TMT space. He has extensive experience in large scale multi-jurisdictional sourcing and outsourcing arrangements, services arrangements, commercial transactions and technology tenders with particular expertise in advising on the legal, regulatory and commercial issues arising in the digital space and in specific fields such as payments, the internet of things, artificial intelligence, distributed ledger technology, cybersecurity and cloud computing.

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an excellent technology lawyer who is business-savvy and makes it a point to thoroughly understand his clients. I am impressed with the depth of his legal and technical knowledge in the field of technology, especially fintech.

Chambers Asia Pacific 2018

able to anticipate clients' needs and tailor business-savvy legal solutions effectively.

Chambers Asia Pacific 2017

attracts praise for being ‘very responsive and flexible, and providing a quick turnaround time’, as well as being ‘able to eloquently give advice’. He works on technology procurement, outsourcing and data privacy matters.

Chambers Asia Pacific 2016

go-to lawyer' for multi-jurisdictional matters such as technology procurement

Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2016

Relevant experience

  • BHP Billiton on a wide range of technology and sourcing matters including the sourcing of autonomous technology.
  • GIC on a series of technology and data protection matters.
  • Columbia Asia Group on eHealty, technology sourcing, regulatory and data protection matters.
  • AIG on technology, data protection and InsurTech matters.
  • Microsoft on transactional and regulatory matters.
  • A fast-growth food delivery start-up on commercial and regulatory matters.
  • A Japanese insurer on a strategic collaboration with a ride hailing start-up.
  • A global reinsurance company on its data protection and document retention policy across Asia.
  • A pharmaceutical distribution company on its data strategy.
  • A European bank on outsourcing and regulatory compliance matters. 
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2007 – LL.B, National University of Singapore, Singapore 

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2017 - “FinTech in Singapore – From hype to reality in 2017”,  Business Times

2017 – “Cashless Society in Singapore”, Business Times

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