Indo-Pacific Centre

“The United States remains deeply engaged in the Indo-Pacific region and committed to its prosperity.” 
—US State Department, November 2019

“What I call the ‘Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy’ derives from our desire to preserve the blessings of open seas, together with these very countries … and indeed, all countries and peoples who share the same intent.”
—Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe, September 2018

“The Indo-Pacific region is an inalienable part of our existence. It has been our lifeline, and also the highway for trade and prosperity.”
—Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi, June 2019

“Today, the Indo-Pacific is the epicentre of strategic competition.”
—Prime Minister of Australia, Scott Morrison, August 2020

Our Vision


To promote linkages between stakeholders of littoral and hinterland states in the Indo-Pacific for measures related to trade, economics and security integration



To identify the possible economic consequences and geopolitical implications for smaller states in the Indo-Pacific in the background of China’s Belt and Road Initiative


To connect and create an independent platform for high-level leaders, policymakers and the private sector to facilitate business linkages


Cyber Crime and Security: The State of Play in the Indo-Pacific

Organized by the Indo-Pacific Centre in collaboration with Howard Baker Forum and DXC Technology

*Limited seats only.

About Us

The Indo-Pacific Centre (IPC) is a policy and business consultancy, with specialisation in facilitating international companies to build links and promote cooperation and investments across the Indo-Pacific region. The Indo-Pacific Centre concentrates on organising high-level conferences and summits in the economies across all Indo-Pacific nations.

The Indo-Pacific Centre has been founded in Singapore to provide an independent platform for facilitating definitive linkages, developing partnerships and accelerating relationships between stakeholders within the Indo-Pacific region. 

There is no single definition for the Indo-Pacific, but rather a belief of a system that brings together nations in the Indian and Pacific Oceans, across South Asia, East Asia and Oceania to operate within a single unified, coherent and interdependent economic and geopolitical structure.

The Indo-Pacific Centre acts as the public policy affiliate of Global Law Alliance, a Singapore-based law firm with over 20 years experience in corporate and commercial law and extensive connections with various entities in the Indo-Pacific region.

The Indo-Pacific Centre has recently established a corporate presence in Colombo Port City, Sri Lanka.

The Indo-Pacific Centre is registered as an offshore company in Sri Lanka and licensed by the Colombo Port City Economic Commission to engage in business in and from the area of authority of the Colombo Port City.

Due to the strategic location of Sri Lanka, the Port City project is currently poised to become a cornerstone of economic growth and development. Sitting in the Indian Ocean right below the tip of India, in between Southeast Asia and the Middle East, Africa, and Europe, Sri Lanka serves as a crucial gateway in the transit of Asia’s energy supplies and various goods passing through the Suez Canal.

The provision of a business-friendly environment and incentives such as investor protection mechanisms consistently draw in businesses and multinational corporations looking to form economic partnerships within the region.

The License issued by the Commission allows the Indo-Pacific Centre to provide the following:

  • Advisory services;
  • Consultancy services;
  • Legal services in respect of Singapore law in areas such as, but not limited to General Corporate, Banking and Finance, Investment Funds and Asset Management and Dispute Resolution (including Litigation in the Singapore Courts Mediation, Domestic and International Arbitration) in collaboration with Global Law Alliance LLC, its affiliated entity; and
  • facilitating forums on issues of importance to the Indo-Pacific region and the world.

 The IPC’s business presence in Colombo Port City brings with it the immense promise of facilitating multilateral engagement and positioning Sri Lanka as a significant economic presence in the Indo-Pacific region and globally.


With the intention to promote regionalism in the Indo-Pacific, there must be a push beyond bilateral strategies to promote business links and cooperation. If you are looking to connect with key businesses and policymakers in Singapore or the Indo-Pacific region, contact us to see what we can do for you.