Mr Mark Uhrynuk > Mayer Brown > Hong Kong, Hong Kong > Lawyer Profile

Mayer Brown
16-19F, PRINCE'S BUILDING
10 CHATER ROAD, CENTRAL
HONG KONG
Hong Kong

Work Department

Corporate & Securities.

Position

Mark Uhrynuk is a partner of Mayer Brown resident in the Hong Kong office. He represents corporations, investment banks, investment managers and investor groups in a variety of transactional matters. His wide-ranging experience includes cross-border mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures and strategic alliances; international equity and debt capital markets transactions; private equity and venture capital investment and related financings; and investment fund matters, including infrastructure, private equity and real estate funds.

Mark is qualified as a lawyer and has practiced law in Hong Kong, New York and England. His knowledge extends from global M&A transactions to international and US public and private offerings of equity and debt securities, international tender and exchange offers, SEC filings, and other matters arising under US securities laws for public issuers and shareholders. According to Legal 500 (2008), “clients cite him as an ‘extremely smart lawyer'”. Mark has been nominated as highly regarded Hong Kong lawyer by IFLR1000 for Mergers and Acquisitions (2018-2019) and Private Equity (2018-2019).

Career

Admitted in New York, England and Wales and Hong Kong.

Languages

English.

Education

University of Western Ontario, MBA, with distinction; University of Western Ontario Law School, LLB, with distinction, Associate Editor, Law Review; Dartmouth College, AB

Lawyer Rankings

China > Investment funds: foreign firms

Mayer Brown‘s practice covers advice to investment fund sponsors, institutional investors and other market participants in the alternative investment fund space. The team assists with the legal, regulatory, tax and commercial challenges that face investment fund clients, which range from large alternative-asset managers and financial institutions to independent boutiques and first-time fund sponsors. In Hong Kong, Robert Woll is a private investment fund specialist, and Mark Uhrynuk‘s experience includes establishing private equity, infrastructure and real estate funds.

China > Private equity: foreign firms

Mayer Brown‘s Hong Kong-based PE group comprises team members from the firm’s corporate and real estate practices, who advise sponsors and investment fund clients on their investment activities. It also acts on fund formation, fund finance, separate account arrangements and club deals, along with portfolio transactions, tax planning, fund administration and regulatory matters. The principal advisers are Mark Uhrynuk, Steven Tran and David Ellis.