Daren Shiau, PBM, is Head of Competition & Antitrust at Allen & Gledhill LLP. He is a competition law specialist, and his practice covers antitrust litigation, international cartels, merger control and sectoral competition regimes.
Cited as the “most highly nominated practitioner” and “a real expert, according to rivals” in the inaugural Competition chapter of Who’s Who Legal: Singapore (2008), Daren has also been recommended as a leading antitrust practitioner in The International Who’s Who of Competition Lawyers and Economists and the Euromoney Guide to the World’s Leading Competition and Antitrust Lawyers since 2006 when Singapore’s competition law was enacted.
In 2012, Daren was named one of the world’s most talented competition lawyers under the age of forty by Global Competition Review: 40 Under Forty, and considered in Who’s Who Legal 100 2013 to be “very skilled” and "one of the finest antitrust lawyers in the region".
Daren has worked in London and Brussels competition practices on European Commission and Office of Fair Trading matters. He is Singapore’s first non-governmental advisor at the International Competition Network.
He has advised on a significant majority of Singapore’s competition law cases including close to 75% of merger filings filed with the Competition Commission of Singapore (“CCS”), and also acted for parties in the CCS’ first international cartel investigation, and the only abuse of dominance appeal to Singapore’s Competition Appeal Board.
Daren has unparalleled experience in competition law and policy in South-east Asia, and is District Councillor of the Central Singapore District.
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EducationNational University of Singapore - with an LLB (Hons) degree
MembershipsCommissioned trainerASEAN Experts Group on CompetitionCompetition Roundtable of the CCSSingapore's first non-governmental advisor at the International Competition NetworkPrincipal Examiner for competition law, Singapore Institute of Legal Education’s Foreign Practitioners Examinations
QualificationRoll of Solicitors of England and Wales (2001)Singapore Bar (1997)