Singapore appoints law firm partner as Honorary Consul-General in Toronto

Singapore appoints law firm partner as Honorary Consul-General in Toronto

SINGAPORE - The Government has appointed Mr Chia-yi Chua as Singapore's Honorary Consul-General in Toronto, Canada, with jurisdiction over the province of Ontario. 

Through his appointment as Honorary Consul-General, Mr Chua will perform important representational duties and notarial functions as well as extend consular assistance to Singaporeans.

Singapore's bilateral ties with Canada is currently represented by a non-resident High Commissioner to Canada as well as an Honorary Consul-General in Vancouver. 
 
Mr Chia-yi Chua, 48, is a partner at McCarthy Tetrault LLP, where he leads the tax litigation and tax dispute resolution group. He represents companies in Canada's significant industries, including financial services, telecommunications, resource, retail, hospitality and transportation. He was previously named one of Canada's leading tax litigation lawyers by Chambers Global: The World's Leading Lawyers for Business 2010-2014. 

The address of the Singapore Consulate-General in Toronto is as follows:
 
Consulate-General of the Republic of Singapore
 
Suite 5300, Toronto-Dominion Bank Tower
66 Wellington Street West
Toronto, Ontario
Canada M5K 1E6
 
Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 8.30am - 1.00pm

ljessica@sph.com.sg

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