May Loh is a Senior Advisor with ASG’s East Asia & Pacific practice. She draws on expertise and networks developed over decades at the intersection of Singapore’s public, private, and social sectors to help clients navigate markets in the region.
Beginning as a law clerk to the Chief Justice and moving on to senior roles in departments including the Competition Commission of Singapore and the Attorney General’s Chambers, Ms. Loh was with the Singapore Legal Service for more than 20 years. At Singapore’s Ministry of Manpower, she worked on foreign manpower policy, labor relations, and negotiated free trade agreements. Ms. Loh later moved to focus on non-profit work and headed the development team at Stewardship Asia, leading work to promote effective stewardship and governance in businesses across Asia.
In 2020, Ms. Loh founded Lucidity Advisors Pte Ltd, prioritising public policy, corporate governance and sustainability issues particularly in the startup and investment sector. She is a member of the Singapore Government’s Charity Council sub-committee reviewing the Charity Governance Code, and is active on various boards, including that of the Securities Investors Association and the Singapore University of Technology and Design. Ms. Loh is also an alumni advisor to the Singapore delegation of the St Gallen Symposium.
She received an LL.M from Harvard Law School and her LL.B from the University of Kent.
She is based in Singapore.