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Ogier has announced four promotions in its Hong Kong legal and corporate administration teams.
Lin Jacobsen has been promoted to managing associate in the Funds team and Yan Lam, Christy Ng and Wing Chung have all become assistant managers for Ogier Global.
Lin has worked onshore in both the US and Hong Kong in top tier international firms. Since joining Ogier she has focused on both open and closed ended funds, particularly for mainland Chinese managers. Lin is a native Mandarin speaker and also holds, among other qualifications, a Juris Doctor degree from at Columbia University in New York.
Hong Kong practice partner Nick Plowman said: “Lin is a fantastic funds lawyer who has worked in both the US and Hong Kong. I am delighted that we are able to recognise her talent and commitment and look forward to seeing her develop in her new role.”
Yan has seven years’ experience in the corporate services industry, focusing on offshore IPO structures set up and corporate administration for both offshore and Hong Kong companies. Prior to joining Ogier Global in 2018, Yan handled a full spectrum of company secretarial assignments for one of the largest property developers in Hong Kong.
Prior to joining Ogier Global, Christy was an assistant company secretarial manager in a Chinese asset management firm. She has seven years’ experience in financial services industry and has particular focus on offshore fund and trust structure set up.
Wing has been with Ogier Global since it was launched and has over ten years’ experience in the offshore industry specialising in offshore entities formation and ongoing maintenance. She has also worked for one of the largest offshore formation agent globally and led a team to manage a large offshore portfolio.
The director of Ogier Global’s Hong Kong corporate administration team, Bill Chiang said: “Yan, Christy and Wing are all talented individuals who contribute a number of key skills, including technical knowledge, leadership skills and responsiveness, to Ogier Global here in Hong Kong. We look forward to seeing them progress and furthering the success of this team.”