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Ms Fanny Wang
Banking & Finance.
Fanny Wang is a partner of Mayer Brown. She acts for major leading banks in bank financing transactions ranging from bilateral loan transactions to structured acquisition and syndicated secured financing. She advises on development/redevelopment finance for developers in joint ventures with quasi-government bodies and construction finance for private developers.
She acts for banks in financing property portfolio acquisitions by funds and PRC-related clients in property acquisitions in Hong Kong. She has acted for a syndicate of lenders in Champion REIT financing transactions which were named as the Debt Market Deal of the Year 2007 and Debt Market Deal of the Year 2009 by Asian Legal Business Awards. Fanny speaks English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
Fanny was listed as a Leading Real Estate Lawyer in 2004, 2005, 2007-2013 and a Leading Commercial Property Lawyer in 2003 by Legal 500 Asia Pacific. She was also named as a Leading Banking and Finance Lawyer by Chamber Asia Pacific in 2008 and 2009. In Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2002 and 2003, Fanny was described as “applauded by clients”.
Admitted in Hong Kong and England and Wales.
English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
The University of Hong Kong, LLB.
Mayer Brown acts for lenders and borrowers on the full gamut of banking and finance transactions. Under the leadership of Richard Stock, Fanny Wang and Francis Chen have steadily built a strong client base, which includes leading global, PRC, Japanese and local banks. Doos Choi has over 20 years’ experience in multi-jurisdictional, multi-tiered, full and limited recourse financings. Chen advises financial institutions and large corporations on various financing structures, including bilateral and syndicated loan transactions. Wang acts for developers on development and redevelopment finance.
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- Banking and finance
- Dispute resolution: litigation
- Intellectual property
- Restructuring and insolvency
- Capital markets (debt)
- Corporate (including M&A)
- Dispute resolution: international arbitration
- Structured finance and securitisation
- Capital markets (equity)
- Asset finance (including aviation and shipping finance)