David Tiang

David Tiang





T: +[852] 2833 4928

M: +[852] 6816 8477


David is the Founding Partner of Tiang & Partners, which is associated with PwC Legal International Pte Ltd (a licensed Foreign Law Practice) in Singapore. His current primary focus is on governance, risk management and compliance, and also has extensive experience in corporate commercial matters in China and other Asia jurisdictions).

David has worked in Sydney, Hong Kong and Shanghai for different international law firms and was the Asia regional counsel for General Electric and Walmart. He was a partner with King & Wood Mallesons based in Shanghai from 2012 until the establishment of Tiang & Partners in 2017.

He has received his LL.B and LL.M from University of Sydney and graduate diploma in Chinese Law from the University of Hong Kong. He is qualified to practice in Australia (NSW), Hong Kong and UK.

He is fluent in English, Mandarin, Cantonese and Fujian dialects. 


Areas of expertise

  • Regulatory compliance  (including anti-corruption, privacy and cybersecurity)
  • Cross-border merger and acquisitions (including foreign direct investment, joint ventures)
  • Corporate Commercial and Business Integration


Representative experience

Regulatory compliance:

  • As Compliance Monitor nominated by the World Bank Group, assist sanctioned State Owned Companies to build comprehensive and robust compliance programs
  • Assist companies in conducting internal investigations relating to FCPA, PRC commercial bribery or other compliance related matters, or handling regulatory investigations by PRC authorities and other crisis situations
  • Assist clients in conducting compliance risk assessment, enhance policies and procedures, and conduct training.


Mergers and acquisitions, and Business integration:

  • Assist foreign retailers in market entry strategy  or transactions (online and offline)
  • Assist Chinese clients in their ‘outbound’ investment  or transactions (including  post deal integration or governance matters)
  • Assist clients in their  integration or restructuring  strategy (including  government negotiations) from factory closure; land disposal; employees realignment; etc.