Theresa leads the in-house legal and compliance practice in Singapore and has been in executive search since 2008. She is a specialist in senior level and general counsel placements for corporates and financial services clients in Southeast Asia. Theresa began her career in recruitment in 2008 with an international recruitment firm where she worked closely with banks and corporates in placing professionals into the legal, compliance and corporate governance functions. Theresa graduated from Singapore Management University with a bachelor’s in business management.
We proud to be supporting International Women’s Day 2020. International Women’s Day celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. Whilst we all know that gender parity within the workplace has improved over the past decades, we all also know that there is still a long way to go. We interviewed Bianca Achilles, General Counsel […]
Taylor Root is proud to be supporting International Women’s Day 2018. We have interviewed a selection of our female clients asking them how they are pressing forward for women’s gender parity. Taylor Root interviewed Cheryl Nguyen, Global Head – Trade Practice Compliance, Louis Dreyfus Commodities. What is the best and worst decision you’ve ever made?Best […]
Singapore’s strategic geographical location within Asia Pacific makes it popular as a regional hub for many multinationals including banks, financial institutions and corporates. Key management and leadership positions with regional remits are frequently based in Singapore. Singapore is an English-speaking common law jurisdiction and lawyers qualified to the commonwealth jurisdictions such as the UK, Australia […]
Meetings with recruitment specialists are not always to talk about specific jobs; it’s also a chance for you to understand the market and how best to approach certain situations. Here are the three most commonly questions asked by both active job seekers and those interested in hearing about new job opportunities in the compliance market. […]
Q1 has been anything but typical when it comes to recruitment. The conservatism of banks has been reflected in the interview processes – hiring for new and replacement headcounts have been delayed, interviews take twice as long to conclude and salary offers have been less than ideal in many cases. While hiring within the financial […]
Market Outlook Recruitment activity in the pharmaceutical, medical devices and biotechnology remained fairly active in 2016, despite a slowdown in the Asia Pacific region. Besides replacement positions, recruitment activity was driven also by newly created positions at the junior to mid‐levels. In particular, these requirements were driven by business growth in the south east Asian […]