Certified as an international mediator since 2007, Aloysius has mediated disputes with values ranging from a few hundred dollars to more than USD1bn. Amongst Aloysius’ mediation clients are companies listed on the BSE, NYSE, SGX, SSE, and HSI, as well as charities, non-government organisations, and public sector entities.
A large part of Aloysius’ career was in public service and non-profits. In addition to having served as the Chief Executive Officer of Singapore International Mediation Centre, he was the General Counsel of the Singapore Institute of Technology where he also pioneered and led their Career Services Department. He was also appointed by the Ministry of Health to establish a Healthcare and Medical Disputes Mediation Unit where he led the resolution of a major disease outbreak.
Aloysius currently serves as a member of the International Mediation Institute’s Appraisal Committee. He is a Senior Faculty at the Singapore Mediation Centre and Singapore International Dispute Resolution Academy, and guest lectures at the National University of Singapore Law School.
Aloysius is a National University of Singapore Law School Research Scholar and a Public Service Commission Humanities Scholar. In addition to his first degree in law, he has a Master’s degree in Law from the NUS, and a Master’s degree in Education Leadership from Boston College Lynch Education School.
Outside mediation, Aloysius is best described as a spiritual, family-oriented, fitness fanatic. He has spent a year living in the rule of silence in a French Catholic monastery, co-owns a Montessori Kindergarten, and clears his mind through endurance sports.