With cross-border deals making up 80% of surveyed Australian M&A ‘mega deals’ in 2016, international investors see Australia as a favourable place to...
With cross-border deals making up 80% of surveyed Australian M&A ‘mega deals’ in 2016, international investors see Australia as a favourable place to do business and invest.
KWM has been recognised as ‘Best Law Firm (revenue > $200M)’ for the second consecutive year at the AFR's Client Choice Awards for 2017.
King & Wood Mallesons secured a major victory for a high profile Kuwaiti developer, owned by Kuwaiti Royals, in a USD 100 million construction arbitration case seated in...
This transaction required English law, PRC law and New York law expertise which KWM was able to provide as a one-stop-shop service to ING.
KWM represented the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic to successfully overturn the US$16.5 million UNCITRAL award
On 17 & 18 Feb 2017, KWM China Partners Conference was successfully held in Beijing.The newly elected 5th Management Committee for KWM China convened its first meeting before...
KWM scores a major victory for Ukraine in a US $270 million investment arbitration case relating to oil and gas taxation.
KWM has advised Yancoal shareholder Yangzhou and its parent Yankuang on the A$3.1b acquisition of Coal & Allied from Rio Tinto.
KWM continued to lead the Asia Pacific M&A market in 2016, with the firm topping Mergermarket’s, Thomson Reuters’ and Bloomberg’s 2016 league table results.
KWM is pleased to confirm that it has established a new business to maintain a strategic presence in the UK, Europe & the Middle East.
Advised by KWM, a Chinese consortium completed its strategic cash investment in Global Switch.
30 November 2016, KWM advised Apex Technology on successfully acquiring Lexmark, a world renowned printing and software company.