Before moving to Singapore to establish Olswang's corporate group in Asia in January 2012, Andrew advised on cross-border corporate transactions with an aggregate value of over S$18 billion in the financial services, media, technology and telecoms sectors.
Andrew is a member of the regulatory committee of the Cable and Satellite Broadcasting Association of Asia and a frequent commentator in print and broadcast media on commercial developments and mergers & acquisitions, and investment trends across the technology, media and telecoms sectors.
Latest articles from Andrew Stott
Asia's Internet giants including Tencent, Alibaba, and Baidu, are under-priced in light of Twitter's IPO price tag of US$26 per share, especially since they offer more sophisticated features than the microblogging site.
The upcoming Cable and Satellite Broadcast Association of Asia Convention in Hong Kong will likely see the same key discussion issues including piracy and over-the-top delivery models.
Startup landscape in Southeast Asia, particularly Singapore, is heating up but the VC scene is still generally underpopulated and startups run the risk of pricing themselves out of investment.
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