Following its launch in Singapore last year, Three Crowns has been recognised in the “Arbitration: The Elite” category of Chambers Asia-Pacific 2024.

Clients have described the team as “adept at handling complex and critical legal issues as well as understanding commercial complexities that underpin the dispute”.

Daryl Chew continues to be recognised as a leading individual and is commended for his ability to “hit the ground running” on complex matters and “sound and balanced legal advice”.

Shaun Pereira is recognised an “emerging name in the arbitration space” and is described as having “a brilliant mind capable of grasping complex new concepts in record time” and as being “well versed in the complexities of construction disputes”.

Chambers notes the team’s extensive experience in the energy and infrastructure sectors across the Asia-Pacific region, shareholder disputes and its active representation of commercial and sovereign state clients in LCIA, SIAC, ICC and UNCITRAL matters.

The Singapore office has expanded progressively since its launch in February 2022. The team now has more than 10 arbitration specialists based in the city state.


Daryl is the managing partner of the firm’s Singapore office. He has an active portfolio of arbitrations involving a wide range of applicable laws and venues, arising from energy, construction, M&A, joint venture, and general commercial disputes. Daryl serves as the Chairman of the Board of Maxwell Chambers, co-chairs the YSIAC committee, and serves on the Singapore Management University School of Law Advisory Board. He is recognised in ChambersThe Legal 500, and Who’s Who Legal, and has been named among “30 People to Watch in the Business of Law in Asia in 2022” by Asia Law Portal.


Shaun is a counsel in the Singapore office, with extensive experience in disputes arising in connection with energy and infrastructure projects across Asia involving the ICC, SIAC, HKIAC, LCIA, UNCITRAL, and AAA-ICDR rules. Shaun is listed in The Legal 500 Asia Pacific, in which clients describe him as “impressive”, “outstanding”, and “up and coming”. He previously served in a judicial capacity as a magistrate and assistant registrar in the High Court of Singapore and the Singapore International Commercial Court. Before that, he clerked for the Chief Justice and Justices of the Supreme Court of Singapore.

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