Tom Luckock > Norton Rose Fulbright > Beijing, China > Lawyer Profile

Norton Rose Fulbright
BEIJING 100004

Work Department

Corporate, M&A and securities


Lawyer Rankings

China > Projects and energy: foreign firms

(Leading individuals)

Tom LuckockNorton Rose Fulbright

Norton Rose Fulbright is regularly retained by multinational corporations, as well as major Chinese sponsors and lenders, in relation to cross-border deals, and the practice’s clients benefit from the firm’s global network, which includes over 50 offices. The team acted for China Development Bank, as English and lead counsel, in a $300m dual-tranche facility to Pakistan’s United Bank, which was in relation to the first indigenous coal-fired, super-critical power plant in Pakistan. Beijing-based Tom Luckock is head of projects and specialises in projects in the power, infrastructure and water sectors, and Paul Wee Ei Don is highly rated for outbound financing projects; he has advised major financial institutions and corporations on project financing, export credit financing and leveraged acquisition financing, with a particular focus on the mining and metals, oil and gas, power and infrastructure sectors.

China > Corporate and M&A: foreign firms

Norton Rose Fulbright‘s corporate and M&A team is particularly noted for its sector experience involving banks, insurance and financial institutions, real estate, TMT, energy and natural resources, and life sciences and healthcare. Shanghai’s Sun Hong specialises in foreign direct investment (FDI), M&A, joint ventures and corporate transactions that involve PRC assets or entities, while in Beijing Barbara Li is highly regarded for China-related cross-border transactions that particularly involve the Fintech and TMT sectors. The other recommended names are Wang YiTom LuckockLynn Yang and of counsel Tony Zhong.