Joy Chiam is involved in a variety of banking and finance work for both individuals and corporations including lending transactions covering overdraft and term loans, trade financing, project financing and Islamic asset-based financing. She has also worked on syndicated loans. On various occasions, she has advised banks on related banking and company law issues as well as assisting in structuring the security documents required by banks.
Joy is also highly experienced in conveyancing matters, in particular the local legislation and practice in Sarawak, and has handled various legal documentation for housing and development projects including bridging financing. She has advised banks and corporations on various issues relating to land law in Sarawak. Additionally, she has also dealt with conveyancing matters in Peninsular Malaysia, including related banking documents.
She handles numerous landlord and tenant work and occasionally estate and probate matters as well.
- LL.B (Hons) from University of Malaya
- Admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya in 1995
- Admitted to practice in the High Court of Borneo (now called the High Court of Sabah and Sarawak) in 1995
- Accredited Mediator