Lv Yinghao

Yinghao Lv

Areas of Practice

Yinghao Lv specializes in banking and finance.

Mr. Lv represents international and Chinese commercial banks, investment banks, investment funds and industrial businesses in a wide variety of financing transactions, with a particular focus on project financing, acquisition finance, trade finance and asset finance. He has extensive experience and innovative expertise in advising clients on legal due diligence, investment and financing structuring, and the preparation and negotiation of transaction documents, which has won him wide acclaim from his clients. Mr. Lv has acted for clients in transactions across mainland China, Hong Kong, Southeast Asia, Africa, Australia, Europe and Latin America, where the projects involve minerals, energy, power, infrastructure manufacturing, agriculture, hospitality and information technology sectors.

In addition, Mr. Lv also possesses rich experience with respect to real estate finance, energy or minerals joint ventures and financial derivatives transactions.

Work Experience

Mr. Lv started his practice in the Beijing office of King & Wood Mallesons, and rejoined the team in 2015. In the interim, he worked in two other prominent international firms and the Melbourne office of King & Wood Mallesons.

Mr. Lv received his Bachelor of Law degree from Wuhan University, and his Juris Doctor degree from Northwestern University, the United States. He also took law courses at Deakin University, Australia.

Mr. Lv is qualified to practice law in both mainland China and Australia.

He is fluent in the English language, and is a native speaker of Mandarin Chinese.

Location

Legal insights

The swap takes the form of acquisition, where Liaoning Port Group and bank creditors subscribed for new registered capital of Yingkou Port Group with cash, relevant equities and debt claims ...

16 January 2019

the participants of the transaction worked together to successfully close the Liaoning Port Group acquisition transaction on 3 December 2018.

16 January 2019

China’s financial system has undergone a significant transformation, but there is still room for further development and improvement.

14 April 2016

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