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Mr Vincent Sum
Banking & Finance.
Vincent has been ranked as a leading individual in Capital Markets: Derivatives & Structured Products and Securitisation in both Chambers Asia Pacific (2013-2018) and Chambers Global (2013-2017). He was accredited as a recommended lawyer in Structured Finance and Securitisation (Hong Kong) in The Legal 500 Asia Pacific (2013-2018) and a highly regarded/leading Lawyer in both Capital Markets: Derivatives and Capital Markets: Structured Finance and Securitisation (Hong Kong) in IFLR1000 (2013-2019).
Admitted in Hong Kong, New York, and England and Wales.
English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
New York University School of Law, Master of Laws; University of Leeds, Bachelor of Laws; University of Sydney, Bachelor of Economics.
Mayer Brown‘s Hong Kong team, which is headed by banking and finance partner Richard Stock advises issuers, sponsors and trustees across a range of derivatives and structured finance mandates. The firm’s entrenched banking ties lead to a significant flow of work, including as arrangers in structured asset backed lending (ABL) transactions, repackaging transactions and structured fund-linked financings, as well as in the context of regulatory advice. Vincent Sum is the main contact for derivatives and structured finance work.
|Hong Kong: Securitisation||February 2022||This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to Securitisation laws and regulations that may occur in Hong Kong.|
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Asset finance (including aviation and shipping finance)
- Labour and employment
- Real estate
- Antitrust and competition
- Banking and finance
- Intellectual property
- Restructuring and insolvency
- Capital markets (debt)
- Corporate (including M&A)
- Dispute resolution: international arbitration
- Dispute resolution: litigation
- Structured finance and securitisation
- Capital markets (equity)
- Private equity
- Investment funds