Areas of Practice
Cheng Ke specialises in dispute resolution, focusing primarily on financial and commercial disputes, real estate and construction disputes, investment and corporate disputes, and special asset disposal and transactions.
Mr. Cheng has 20 years of experience and proven expertise in commercial dispute resolution. He has advised a wide range of reputable clients, including Fortune 500 enterprises, large state-owned enterprises, private enterprises and financial institutions.
Mr. Cheng has advised financial institutions and large enterprises on disputes over loan contracts, guarantee contracts, financial leases, entrusted investment agreements, asset management agreements and cross-border financing agreements.
Mr. Cheng has extensive experience in dispute resolution in the real estate and construction industries. He has represented large real estate enterprises in complicated financing acquisition disputes, and major central SOEs in construction disputes. In addition, he has represented clients in the new energy power-generation industry in a number of construction disputes.
Mr. Cheng is well recognised by clients in the area of corporate and investment disputes. He has advised listed companies on dispute resolution and compliance issues in acquisitions and anti-takeovers. He has also represented a number of clients in disputes over control and equity transfer of listed companies, non-listed companies and family businesses.
In relation to special asset disposal and transactions, Mr. Cheng has advised domestic and foreign financial institutions on the acquisition, management, due diligence and disposal of major special assets. He has accumulated comprehensive experience and developed a set of effective practice procedures in this area.
Mr. Cheng joined King & Wood Mallesons in 2000, prior to which he worked in China Pacific Insurance Company Shenzhen Branch from 1998 to 1999.
Mr. Cheng graduated from the Zhongnan University of Economics and Law with an LL.B degree.
Mr. Cheng's working language are Chinese and English.