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Norton Rose Fulbright Offices
27F PLAZA 66 II
1266 NANJING ROAD WEST, JING AN DISTRICT
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Corporate, M&A and securities
A prominent participant in the China TMT space, Norton Rose Fulbright‘s practice is particularly appreciated for its advice to financial institutions, and technology and fintech start-ups, on the technology and regulatory aspects of transactions and projects. In Hong Kong, Anna Gamvros focuses on technology agreements and outsourcing transactions, privacy and data protection, cybersecurity, and telecoms and internet regulatory issues; and Etelka Bogardi is an esteemed fintech and global payments specialist. On the mainland, Shanghai’s Lynn Yang assists with the transactional and regulatory aspects of PRC-related fintech matters. In 2020, former Beijing partner Barbara Li departed.
Norton Rose Fulbright’s Shanghai-based regulatory and compliance team, co-led by Hong Sun and Lynn Yang, stands out for its cross-border capability of advising clients on the regulatory compliance issues in China and foreign laws and regulations applicable to the operations in China. Areas of expertise include advising on regulatory issues arising from corporate transactions, internal investigations, regulatory matters concerning highly regulated industries, and conducting risk assessments in the emerging regulatory sectors such as cyber security and data privacy. Sun has extensive experience in handling anti-bribery and corruption cases. Yang focuses on transactional and regulatory issues in the financial services industry in China, particularly insurance and fund/asset management sectors, an area counsel AI Tong also has notable expertise in.
Norton Rose Fulbright‘s practice covers regulatory requirements, payment services, technology projects and fintech-related investments. In Shanghai, Lynn Yang is an InsurTech specialist, and Chinese regulations expert Sun Hong has over 20 years’ experience in China-related corporate and regulatory matters. In Hong Kong, Anna Gamvros heads the firm’s cyber risk practice for Asia Pacific; her practice focuses primarily on privacy, technology and communications-related issues. Former Beijing-based group leader and corporate partner, Barbara Li, left the firm for Rui Bai Law Firm.
- Leading individuals - China > Insurance; foreign firms
- Fintech: foreign firms - China
- Regulatory/compliance: foreign firms - China
- TMT: foreign firms - China