Mr Vincent Sum > Mayer Brown > Hong Kong, Hong Kong > Lawyer Profile

Mayer Brown
Hong Kong

Work Department

Banking & Finance.


Vincent Sum is a partner of Mayer Brown. He focuses on complex capital markets matters, including structured products, securitisations, derivatives (including equity derivatives, credit derivatives, corporate derivatives, fund derivatives and commodity derivatives), retail and non-retail funds (including SFC approved funds, UCITS and ETFs), secured lending and financing and debt capital markets matters. He advises underwriters, arrangers, portfolio managers, issuers, trustees and institutional investors, and is qualified to practice in Hong Kong, New York, and England and Wales.

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.

Lawyer Rankings

Hong Kong > Structured finance and securitisation

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.

Comparative Guides

Hong Kong: Securitisation February 2022 This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to Securitisation laws and regulations that may occur in Hong Kong.