Gary Low wins accolades for his “very in-depth knowledge of the law" with sources noting his “kind and approachable nature makes it very easy to work with him”.
Gary practises both civil and criminal litigation. He has an active civil/commercial practice and has acted in a wide variety of matters, including disputes in banking and finance, commercial disputes, arbitrations, directors’/shareholders’ disputes, minority oppression, tortious liability, property and contractual disputes.
He regularly acts for major local and foreign banks in relation to all aspects of banking disputes, including banking fraud, anti-money laundering practices, banker-customer obligations, banking secrecy, financial advisory services and obligations in respect of the sale of financial products. In the aftermath of the global financial crisis, he represented banks, corporations and individuals in several claims relating to the mis-selling of financial products, including complex financial instruments such as accumulators, options, swaps and credit linked notes.
Gary also has wide experience in criminal matters and was formerly a deputy public prosecutor. He has represented clients involved in diverse offences, including commercial crimes, corruption and securities offences such as insider trading, market manipulation. He has also been involved in investigations by various corporations into alleged wrongdoings of employees in relation to fraud, criminal breach of trust, cheating, breach of fiduciary duties and other misconduct.
Gary is recognised as a “recommended lawyer” by The Legal 500 Asia Pacific and WWL for dispute resolution and business crime defence respectively. He is also ranked as a “leading individual” for investigations by the Global Investigations Review 100, and named a “dispute resolution star” for commercial and transactions, and white-collar crime, by Benchmark Litigation Asia Pacific.