Wang Jun (Jack)

WANG, Jack (Jun)

Areas of Practice

Mr. Jack Wang specializes in international finance, project finance, foreign direct investment, and mergers and acquisitions.

He has extensive experience in international finance, covering general banking business, bilateral financing, syndicated loans, financial derivative instruments, trade financing, structured financing in M&A and real estate, incorporation and acquisition of financial institutions, NPL dispositions, online purchase technologies, debt restructuring, the issuance of bonds, and commercial paper on capital markets among other areas.

Mr. Wang has handled many large transactions in industries such as power, petrochemicals, expressways, water plants, bridges, aluminum plants, and MTR. He has also represented various international companies in their incorporation of foreign-invested enterprises or acquisitions of domestic companies.

Work Experience

Mr. Wang joined King & Wood Mallesons in 2003. Prior to joining King & Wood Mallesons, Mr. Wang was in charge of the Department of International Finance, at the Global Law Office in Beijing. He has also practiced law at the New York office of Sherman & Sterling and at the Hong Kong office of Linklaters.

He graduated from Jilin University and earned his J.D. at Emory University in the United States.

Mr. Wang is qualified to practice law in China and in New York State.

He is proficient in Chinese and English.

AQ Contact

AQ Contact
Wang Jun (Jack) is one of our AQ contacts.
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