Axl Rizqy

Axl is a counsel of the firm. He has experience in a wide variety of cross-border, complex, and high-value commercial and corporate disputes.

Prior to joining Providence, Axl trained and practised at a leading Singapore law firm, where he advised and acted for clients including local, multinational and publicly-listed companies in a variety of disputes across a wide range of industries. These matters include contractual disputes, shareholders’ and joint venture disputes, minority oppression claims, private equity disputes, bankruptcy proceedings and enforcement actions.

Axl graduated with an LL.B. (cum laude) from the Singapore Management University School of Law in 2020 and was admitted to the Singapore Bar as an Advocate & Solicitor in 2021. 

Axl is fluent in English and Bahasa Indonesia. 

Professional Experience

  • Advised and acted for a private equity fund and its general partner in an SIAC arbitration in respect of a dispute over a contract in excess of S$290 million.
  • Advised and acted for a shareholder and director of one of the largest healthcare management firms in the Asia Pacific region in an action against other directors for lawful and/or unlawful conspiracy to harm and injure the interests of shareholders.
  • Advised and acted for the founder of Mustafa Centre in multiple minority oppression and probate and administration actions and appeals in relation to the operation and management of the business’s holding company, Mohamed Mustafa & Samsuddin Co. Pte Ltd.
  • Advised and acted for a bank in a dispute against a Singapore information technology infrastructure services provider and its NYSE-listed holding company in respect of a contract valued in excess of S$170 million. This matter involved a successful application for an urgent interim injunction.
  • Advised and acted for secondary market investors of an SGX Mainboard-listed REIT in an action against the directors of the REIT manager under the Securities and Futures Act 2001.  
  • Advised and acted for the director and minority shareholder of a property-management company in an action against the other directors and majority shareholder of the company for minority oppression and breaches of a shareholders’ agreement.
  • Advised and acted for a multinational corporation in enforcing an investor-state arbitral award against a state in excess of US$90 million before the Singapore International Commercial Court and the Court of Appeal. See Deutsche Telekom AG v The Republic of India [2024] 3 SLR 1 and Deutsche Telekom AG v The Republic of India v Deutsche Telekom AG [2024] 1 SLR 56

Memberships, Qualifications & Publications


  • Member, Law Society of Singapore
  • Member, Singapore Academy of Law

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