Corporate, Private Equity, M&A and Commercial - China

The real deal- in China and world wide

Our first-class Corporate, M&A, and Commercial practice acts on some of the highest-profile transactions in the world. Working with some of the world’s largest companies, investment banks, private equity firms and investors, we offer a full service – covering corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, corporate governance and commercial work.

As the only international law firm headquartered in Asia, we bring unique insights to clients seeking to navigate the cultural and regulatory complexities of doing business in Asia. It’s no wonder we regularly do more deals than any other law firm in the region. It’s also no surprise that we have such strength in cross-border capability – particularly in and out of Asia.

Our corporate, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), private equity and commercial law practice is top tier – not only in China but also across every key part of the region. We also have a rapidly growing outbound M&A practice.

A wide range of clients

We advise multinational corporations, state-owned enterprises, Chinese and overseas private companies, real estate developers, financial investors – including private equity funds, and contractors on:

  • M&A
  • Corporate advisory
  • Commercial contracts and outsourcing
  • Cross-border investment
  • Labour and employment
  • Anti-bribery and corruption
  • Private Equity.
"Maintains its position as one of the go-to firms for Corporate and M&A transactions"

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