Ms Huaying QI > Han Kun Law Offices > Beijing, China > Lawyer Profile

Han Kun Law Offices
BEIJING 100738




With over 10 years of experience in fund formation and investment management-related
practice areas, Ms. Qi concentrates her practice on the formation and operation of domestic and
international investment funds, including venture capital funds, M&A funds and buy-out funds,
funds of funds, hedge funds, real estate funds and other types of investment funds and
alternative investment vehicles. She also has substantial experience in representing
institutional investors (including insurance companies, funds of funds, public companies,
family offices and asset/wealth management firms) in structuring and negotiating their
investments in investment funds. Ms. Qi has been deeply involved in and is familiar with
internal performance incentive and governance arrangements at the GP/management company
level and other arrangements related to sponsored funds. In addition, she has experience in
venture capital and private equity financings, M&A related to investment management firms
and general corporate matters.
Ms. Qi has been recognized by leading global legal rankings such as Chambers & Partners and
Legal 500 USA in the field of fund formation.
Prior to joining Han Kun, Ms. Qi worked at two leading international law firms, Simpson
Thacher & Bartlett LLP (New York and Hong Kong) and Cooley LLP (San Francisco and


Mandarin Chinese, English


PRC Bar Qualification
Member of the New York State Bar and California State Bar


Ms. Qi graduated from Beijing University with an LL.B. Degree and a Master of Laws
Degree, and from Columbia University School of Law with a J.D. Degree.

Lawyer Rankings

China > Investment funds: PRC firms

Han Kun Law Offices has ‘a strong team for RMB fund raising, both at partner and associate level‘. The ‘highly experienced‘ team advises both multinational industrial groups, offshore established fund managers and state-owned enterprises. It has seen a steady flow of RMB and offshore fund formation mandates, as well as handling foreign asset management firms’ Asset Management Association of China (AMAC) registration and related compliance matters. Recent highlights include advising China Broadband Capital on the formation and fund raising of its Cheng Bai II Fund, and advising Matrix in setting up its second RMB Fund. Huaying (Daisy) QI has ‘a thorough understanding of dollar fund and RMB fund‘ and is able to provide ‘a solution that is both technical [and] commercial’Ping ZhangChaoying Li and Yijun Chao are further names to note within the team which lost private investment specialist James Wang to Jingtian & Gongcheng in 2019.