Faegre Drinker advised Access Partnership, the tech sector's leading global public policy firm, in its deal to integrate TRPC, a Singapore-based research and advisory firm that develops policy solutions for international development funds, connectivity companies, and the financial services sector. The companies will merge their Singapore operations and establish an office in Sydney, Australia adding to the group's already strong network across the Asia-Pacific region.
The Faegre Drinker team was led by London corporate partner Melanie Wadsworth, working with associate Jonathon Gunn and trainee solicitor Barbora Cechova. The firm’s co-counsel was Rajah & Tann, a Lex Mundi member firm for Singapore.
“Once again, it was a pleasure working with the Faegre Drinker team on this significant integration,” said Greg Francis, Managing Director at Access Partnership. “They had the right resources and knowledge in place to close the deal smoothly, which allowed us to continue our focus on providing effective policy advice for our clients throughout the process.”
Access Partnership is the world's leading public policy firm dedicated to opening markets for technology. With offices across the globe, they shape national, regional and international policies to ensure a fair, long-lasting environment for technology that drives growth.
Read Access Partnership’s press release for more information.