Ms. Catherine TAY
Strategy and Policy

International trainer

Consultant Trainer

 Over 35 years of experience lecturing business and contract law as Associate Professor at the National University of Singapore (NUS), Department of Strategy and Policy, NUS Business School

 Over 30 years of experience in consulting and teaching IT outsourcing contracts, intellectual property and contract law in seminars, workshops and conferences

 Facilitated and lectured at numerous seminars and customised courses for many organisations in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Hong Kong.

 Barrister-at-Law of Lincoln's Inn, United Kingdom

 Advocate & Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore

 Member of the National Healthcare Group and Centralised SingHealth Institutional Review Boards of Domain Specific Review Board tasked to review the scientific and ethical aspects of research protocols since 2002

 Author of several legal books and publications in academic journals

 Partial list of clients includes Bank Negara Malaysia, Binhson Refining & Petrochemical Co Ltd, Malaysia Airports Berhad, Thai Oil Group, TNB Fuels, Bintulu Ports, Penang Port Sdn Bhd, Sabah Electricity Sdn Bhd, Sarawak Energy Berhad, Malayan Banking Berhad, Etiqa Insurance & Takaful, GLM Property Services Sdn Bhd, Jx Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration (M) Ltd, JTC Corporation, Faber Medi-Serve S/B,Cyberview Sdn Bhd, Agro Bank, Bank Rakyat, Boustead Heavy Industries, Dialog Engineering & Construction Sdn Bhd

Speaker - Catherine Tay

Catherine Tay studied law at Queen Mary College, University of London and graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) degree and a Master of Laws degree, in which she specialized in Company, Shipping, Insurance and Marine Insurance laws. She has over 35 years of experience as an Associate Professor lecturing business law at National University of Singapore (NUS), NUS Business School; and medical law and ethics at NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine and dental law ethics at the NUS Faculty of Dentistry.

Catherine is a Barrister-at-Law, of Lincoln's Inn, United Kingdom and Advocate & Solicitor in Singapore. She was called to the English Bar, United Kingdom in 1978 and the Singapore Bar in 1980. She is author of several law books including "Contract Law"; "E-Commerce Law"; "Directors' Duties & Liabilities; "Business Law"; "Medical Law"; and "Intellectual Property Laws".

She conducts in-house training seminars and workshops for business organisations, hospitals, banks, hotels and commercial companies and associations. Catherine was also a legal consultant appearing on many television show segments. She co-hosted a weekly talk show "In the Eyes of the Law" on NTUC RadioHeart and was a consultant to MediaCorp television series on consumer laws "What's Your Case" on TV Channel 5.

She was a committee member if the editorial board of the Singapore Accountant Journal, Journal of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Singapore and the (United Kingdom) The Company Lawyer. She was on the Board of Overseas Editors for the (United Kingdom) Journal of Financial Crime, an official publication of the Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime. She has presented conference papers at many conferences and seminars on Business Law, Medical Law and Company and Insolvency laws overseas and in Singapore.

Catherine has published numerous articles in international peer reviewed journals such as BIOETHICS; the Hong Kong Journal of Emergency Medicine; the (United Kingdom) Journal of Business Law; the (UK)Business Law Review; the (UK) Company Lawyer; the (UK) Insolvency Law & Practice; the (UK) Tolley's Professional Negligence; the (UK) Tottel's Professional Negligence;, the Singapore Dental Journal; the Malayan Law Journal; the Securities Industry Review and the Singapore Law Gazette.

With her well-rounded and practical experience, Catherine is a highly sought after trainer globally. She conducts training courses in Contracts (e.g. for oil and gas industry, property and healthcare industry), Outsourcing and Service Level Agreements including Tenancy Agreements.