Morrison Foerster > Beijing, China > Firm Profile

Morrison Foerster
1405 WEST TOWER, WORLD FINANCIAL CENTRE
1 EAST 3RD RING MIDDLE ROAD, CHAOYANG DISTRICT
BEIJING 100020
China

China > Private equity: foreign firms Tier 1

Morrison Foerster’s Greater China team was recently particularly active in relation to private equity exits and special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) deals. The practice is also a pre-eminent name for technology sector work, which includes e-commerce, data centre, life sciences, healthcare and education-related experience that is aligned with the firm’s robust finance and restructuring practices. On the mainland, Ruomu Li has approximately 15 years’ experience in M&A and PE transactions; the broad corporate practice of Lucy Lu includes private equity matters; and Beijing and Shanghai managing partner Paul McKenzie has been active in the China market for over two decades. The key associates in mainland China are Richard Ji, Alice Li and Tian Zhou; and the principal Hong Kong practitioners are Asia private equity group co-head, Thomas Chou, global private equity chair Marcia Ellis, cross-border specialist Vivian Yiu, and Chuan Sun (who also works in Shanghai).

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Testimonials

Strong team at all levels – smart and commercial.

The team has deep experience in the market, is very responsive, and thorough on analysis – also very helpful with restructuring matters.

MoFo’s private equity practice has the breadth of knowledge required to handle the full spectrum of PE transactions including take-privates, minority investments and buyouts.

The team is responsive and knowledgeable, and also has great understanding of what issues matter from the client’s perspective.

Marcia Ellis is not only technically knowledgeable, but commercially brilliant. She is extremely quick at understanding our key interests and concerns, and translates those into solutions, whether in terms of structuring or putting together a package of points to give and take during negotiation.

Marcia Ellis is exceptional – solutions driven, bright and experienced.

Marcia Ellis is very bright and experienced.

Ruomu Li is great at analysing local Chinese contexts.

Key clients

Ark Pacific Capital

Ally Bridge Group

Alibaba Group

Ascendent Capital Partners

Bain Capital Credit

BlackRock

Celadon Partners

Farallon Capital Asia

GLP

Intudo Ventures

NewQuest Capital Partners

Prax Capital

Princeton Digital Group

Serenity Capital

SoftBank

SoftBank Vision Fund

Silver Crest Acquisition Corp

SIMIC Holdings

Vectr Ventures

Work highlights

  • Advising SoftBank Group Corp and SoftBank Vision Fund on the $40bn sale of UK-headquartered multinational semiconductor and software design company, Arm, to US chip company NVIDIA.
  • Advising a leading institutional investor on Grab’s proposed merger with a special purpose acquisition company.
  • Advised Alibaba Group Holding on Ant Group’s proposed IPO.

China > TMT: foreign firms Tier 1

Catering to a stellar list of industry-leading companies, Morrison Foerster‘s dedicated China TMT team has approximately two decades of on-the-ground experience. Leveraging robust venture capital and private equity fund practices, the practice is a go-to destination for leading technology investors and start-ups. Heading the firm’s Asia technology practice from Hong Kong, Gordon Milner advises a wide spectrum of clients, from international technology companies and banks to local start-ups, and has particular expertise in cross-border technology projects; and Chuan Sun in Shanghai focuses on sophisticated TMT deals, as well as complex IP and commercial matters. Also integral to the practice are Beijing and Shanghai managing partner Paul McKenzie, who ‘has very rich experience‘. In Hong Kong, Thomas Chou‘s recent experience includes leading on major TMT-related matters, and Marcia Ellis is global private equity chair. At the associate level, Shanghai’s Tian Zhou is ‘an exceptional lawyer‘.

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Testimonials

Great local practice and industry-specific knowledge.

The firm provides practical advice that takes into consideration both business and legal aspects, and their solutions are feasible, while highlighting the relevant risks and how to mitigate such risks.

The team is professional, responsive and reliable, and it is willing to adapt to clients’ billing systems (for example CounselGo/Simple Legal) and other efficiency tools, such as Box, Zoom, Wechat) – they and can provide instant feedback when there is a need.

They are trustworthy advisers who have provided great legal support to us during critical deals.

They are very responsive and can provide a holistic view of deals and market practice, as well as valuable support during deal negotiations.

I am always impressed by Paul McKenzie, the managing partner of MoFo China. He has very rich experience in China corporate, PE/VC deals, and data privacy matters. Paul and his team provide a lot of value-added support that we could not obtain from other law firms.

Paul McKenzie and associate Tian Zhou are great collaborators and solution providers.

Tian Zhou is an exceptional lawyer, who is very dedicated to her work and can work and communicate well with her clients. She works long hours for her client and delivers high-quality legal work products within very tight timeframes.

Key clients

Airbnb

Alibaba Group

Dairy Farm

Oracle

Princeton Digital Group

Quraz

Roblox

SoftBank

SoftBank Vision Fund

Verizon

Unity

Work highlights

  • Advised Roblox on its joint venture with Tencent (Luobu) and the establishment and launch of the Roblox platform in China, marking the first foreign online game platform with user-generated games and revenue-sharing to obtain a government licence in China.
  • Advised the Dairy Farm Group, through DFI Development (HK), on establishing a strategic partnership with Hang Seng Bank to construct a new customer loyalty and reward programme.
  • Advised Alibaba Group Holding on Ant Group’s proposed IPO.

China > Corporate and M&A: foreign firms Tier 2

At Morrison Foerster, key points of differentiation for the practice includes its proficiency in SPAC and de-SPAC transactions, a particular forte of Ruomu Li, as well as its first-rate expertise in the TMT sector. Li, who started her career in the Silicon Valley, also enjoys a notable tenacity for public and private M&A, going-private transactions, divestitures and joint ventures; she operates from Shanghai and is supported in Beijing by Lucy Lu, a cross-border M&A, foreign direct investment, private equity and corporate restructuring specialist who is able to call upon her exhaustive expertise in PRC-related employment regulatory, employment and real estate issues. At associate-level, Alice Li and Tian Zhou are both up-and-coming names for regulatory and compliance, private equity and general corporate mandates.

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Testimonials

‘A fantastic team.’

‘Rumor Li is a great partner, very knowledgable and has great connections with other professionals in the industry.’

The MoFo team always gives us great advice to legal issues that are thoughtful, technical and commercial, especially over recent matters that require cross practice/office collaboration (credit/equity, US/China, SPAC, etc.). Seamless handoff from one time zone to another, from one specialist to another, without the need for clients to repeat their issues every time. Needless the say, they also produce contracts and transaction structures that fully address our needs in highly efficient, diligent, professional and meticulous manners. I would highly recommend the MoFo team to anyone who is looking for counsels for complex transactions.’

Ruomu Li led two of our most recent, most challenging transactions. Besides being technical and professional, I find her calm demeanor very constructive in high tension negotiation with difficult counterparties.’

‘They are familiar with overseas corporate governance, with professional knowledge of international financing, combined with the local practice and governance requirements of the target company. The team gives professional, comprehensive, and operational opinions and suggestions, especially to accurately understand and grasp the demands of investors in different contexts. They provide reasonable communication and explanation under the framework of corporate governance to help investors reach a consensus, so as to smoothly complete the equity financing plan.’

‘Ruomu Li has assisted our company in completing multiple rounds of financing of more than 1 billion U.S. dollars. Investors include various backgrounds in the United States, Hong Kong, and mainland China. Li’s extensive and in-depth professional knowledge in corporate governance and investment and financing, understanding of investment concepts and operation methods of investors from multiple backgrounds, and every keen grasp of investor concerns, enables her to give Opinions and suggestions that are conducive to the development of the company and the common interests of investors.’

‘Ruomu Li and her team can efficiently learn and grasp and integrate with overseas corporate governance frameworks. In addition, they are very diligent and efficient in their work, able to grasp the pace and efficiency requirements of the project progress, and can work with the company team during the critical period to go all out to submit work results that satisfy customers on schedule.’

‘The lawyers are familiar with overseas corporate governance and has expertise in international financing, able to provide professional, comprehensive and practical opinions and suggestions based on the company’s local practice and governance requirement. In particular, the team can accurately understand the demands of investors under different backgrounds, provide reasonable communication explanations under the framework of corporate governance, and help investors reach an agreement, so as to successfully complete the equity financing plan.’

Key clients

Ark Pacific Capital

Ally Bridge Group

Alibaba Group

Ascendent Capital Partners

Bain Capital Credit

BlackRock

Celadon Partners

Farallon Capital Asia

GLP

Intudo Ventures

NewQuest Capital Partners

Softbank

Softbank Vision Fund

Silver Crest

SIMIC Holdings

Princeton Digital Group

Vectr Ventures

Work highlights

  • Advising SoftBank Group Corp. and SoftBank Vision Fund in the $40bn sale of UK-headquartered multinational semiconductor and software design company Arm Limited to U.S. chip company NVIDIA.
  • Advising a leading institutional investor in connection with Grab’s proposed merger with a special purpose acquisition company.
  • Advised the subsidiaries of Ping An Insurance (Group) Company of China in its capital and strategic alliance with Shionogi & Co., Ltd.

China > Fintech: foreign firms Tier 2

Leading financial services and technology firm Morrison Foerster showcases an experienced fintech team in China that combines substantial venture capital and private equity fund practices and is sought out by major technology investors and start-ups in addition to a number of tech giants. The practice advises on the regulatory requirements relating to e-commerce, and cloud issues in addition to advising on data and cyber security. In Hong Kong, practice head Gordon Milner has particular expertise in cross-border technology projects and Thomas Chou, who co-heads the firm’s Asia private equity group, works closely with emerging growth companies, as well as traditional and non-traditional investors. On the mainland, Shanghai-based Chuan Sun‘s clients range from multinational corporations and large state-owned enterprises to start-ups in the fintech/technology area; and managing partner of the Beijing and Shanghai offices, Paul McKenzie, regularly acts for companies in the IT/technology sectors.

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Key clients

Alibaba Group

Softbank Vision Fund

Roblox

Dairy Farn

Unity

Work highlights

  • Advised Roblox on its joint venture with Tencent (Luobu) and the establishment and launch of the Roblox platform in China, the first foreign online game platform with user-generated games and revenue-sharing to obtain a government licence in China.
  • Advised a leading institutional investor in Grab Holdings, in connection with Grab’s proposed merger with special purpose acquisition company, Altimeter Growth Corp.
  • Advised Alibaba Group Holding on Ant Group’s proposed IPO.

China > Life sciences and healthcare: foreign firms Tier 2

With a practice driven by science and housing several PhD-qualified practitioners, Morrison Foerster‘s Greater China life sciences team advises on the full range of transactions arising during life sciences companies’ life cycle. It excels in licensing and technology transfer arrangements, monetisation schemes, strategic collaborations, dispute settlement agreements and joint ventures. The principal figures in Shanghai are Chuan Sun, who focuses on cross-border corporate/commercial transactions, and complex IP and regulatory matters; and Ruomu Li, who is active in life sciences sector deals, and whose career includes working in Silicon Valley. In Hong Kong, Thomas Chou is Asia private equity co-head, and Gordon Milner leads the Asia technology practice; both actively assist clients on high-value transactions.

Testimonials

Despite their different professional backgrounds and skills, the Hong Kong and US teams work well together.

Thomas Chou solves problems in a very patient, quick and effective way.

Key clients

Ally Bridge Group

CBC Group (formerly C-Bridge Capital)

Changchun High & New Technology Industry Group

Everest Medicines

Everest Medicines II

Henlius

Jiangsu Hengrui Medicine Co

Triastek

Xingren Trusted Doctors

Work highlights

  • Advised Ally Bridge Group on various growth, late stage and public life sciences investments across the US and Europe.
  • Advised subsidiaries of Ping An Insurance (Group) Company of China on its capital and strategic alliance with Shionogi & Co.
  • Assisted Everest Medicines (and its subsidiaries) with certain IP opinions concerning the IPO and listing of Everest Medicines on the Main Board of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong.

China > Data protection: foreign firms Tier 3

Morrison Foerster’s privacy and data security practice advises on evolving privacy laws and regulations, as well as incident preparedness, response and litigation. The practice also handles data breach matters and is at the forefront of developing a number of technological tools for project management and exploring new technologies that result in cost savings. The principal figures are Beijing’s Paul McKenzie and Shanghai-based Chuan Sun, who both assist with data privacy and data security matters. Xuezi Dan and Tian Zhou are the associates to note.

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China > Investment funds: foreign firms Tier 3

Acting for leading fund manager and investor clients, Morrison Foerster‘s funds practice recently attracted several new clients, spanning private equity, real estate and venture capital funds, as well as large bank and insurance company clients on the limited partner side. The Hong Kong-based team is co-led by Serena Tan, who is experienced in the formation of (and investment in) private funds and has significant international experience; and Nicholas Sheets, who advises Asia-based and China sponsors on the structuring, formation and offering of private equity funds, along with co-investment activities and secondary transactions.

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Testimonials

The team members are drawn from diverse backgrounds and the team has a good understanding of both China and the international funds market.’

We’ve worked with MoFo for over 3 years. We find MoFo’s bilingual funds team is extremely hard to find on the market and unique. Their bilingual offering is a significant value-add. In addition, they are extremely knowledgeable in various key jurisdictions (we’ve engaged them on US/EU/mainland China/HK matters) to actionable business plans that line up with our business goals and expansion. This high-quality standard is the reason why we engage them on multi-jurisdictional matters.’

‘Serena Tan has given us highly practical legal advice and useful market practice insights. Her advice is always delivered in a timely manner, even over weekends and public holidays. Her support facilitates our work and enables us to negotiate and work more efficiently.

Marcia Ellis (Hong Kong-based) is probably the best private equity lawyer you can find in Hong Kong and China markets, after practicing law for many years. She led multiple investment work for us last year and we were very impressed by her deep legal knowledge as well as commercial awareness. I can completely trust and rely on her to lead our projects.’

Key clients

Ally Bridge Group

Ascendent Capital Partners Asia

BHG Long Hills

C-Bridge Capital

Fosun International Group

FWD Group

GLP PTE

Hony Capital

KHL

Makers Fund

Morgan Stanley Private Equity Asia

SBVA Future Innovation Fund

Silicon Valley Bank

SoftBank Ventures Asia

Sympath Capital

The Wharf (Holdings)

Work highlights

  • Advised Softbank Ventures Asia on the operation of China Ventures Fund I, LP, a fund that makes venture capital investments in the consumer internet, media and AI sectors in mainland China.
  • Advising a sponsor’s private equity investment arm on its formation of a PRC-domiciled, RMB-denominated private investment fund that focuses on investments in China.
  • Advised a sponsor on the formation of a real estate fund, which plans to invest in prime retail projects in cities across mainland China.

China > Real estate and construction: foreign firms Tier 3

Led from Hong Kong by private equity expert Marcia Ellis, Morrison Foerster‘s multi-disciplinary team regularly advises clients on the acquisition, financing and disposition of real estate assets throughout China and across Asia. It has been particularly active of late advising global real estate stakeholders on data centre mandates, an area that plays to the firm’s overarching strength in the technology sector.

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Key clients

GLP

Greenland Hong Kong Holdings Limited

Princeton Digital Group

Work highlights

  • Advised GLP on the financing of its acquisition of a 50% stake in China Merchants Capital.
  • Advised Shanghai Oriental Cambridge Property Development Co, a property development company and wholly-owned subsidiary of Greenland Hong Kong Holdings on its RMB7.26bn acquisition of Guangzhou Greenland Real Estate Development.

China > Dispute resolution: Litigation: foreign firms Tier 4

Morrison Foerster’s China practice is based in Hong Kong and led by managing partner Timothy Blakely; it covers a wide range of corporate and commercial disputes across sectors and jurisdictions. Blakelyregularly works with of counsel Jessica Chan on shareholder disputes, fraud allegations and disputes arising from real estate investment. Chen Zhu joined from Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP in 2020, and excels in securities fraud, compliance and anti-corruption matters.

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Key clients

Softbank Group Corp.

Work highlights

  • Advised Softbank Group on obtaining documentary and testimonial evidence in Hong Kong and Mainland China for use in a case before the Delaware Chancery Court.

China > Intellectual property: foreign firms Tier 4

Morrison Foerster‘s experienced IP practice spans work ranging from prosecution to litigation and includes commercialisation of IP assets such as licensing. Many of the practitioners have PhDs in scientific disciplines; the team is particularly focused on sciences in the areas of biologics, diagnostics, medical devices and vaccines. The key advisers are Shanghai-based Chuan Sun, whose track record includes complex IP matters across Greater China; and Hong Kong’s Asia technology head Gordon Milner, whose broad practice includes IP work.

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Key clients

Alibaba

Casdin

Centurium

Everest Medicines

Everest Medicines II

General Atlantic

Henlius

Jiangsu Hengrui Medicine Co

Roblox

The Dairy Farm Group

Triastek, Inc.

Wuxi Apptec

Warburg Pincus

Work highlights

  • Assisted Roblox with its joint venture with Tencent (Luobu) and the establishment and launch of the Roblox platform in China, the first foreign online game platform with user-generated games and revenue-sharing to obtain a government licence in China.
  • Advised Hao Tian Development Group and Co-High Investment Management on the formation of a joint venture between Aceso Life Science and Promethera Biosciences, which aims to engage in the development, commercialisation, sale and distribution of cell-based and biological therapies for the treatment of liver diseases.
  • Advised Everest Medicines (and its subsidiaries) on certain IP opinions surrounding the IPO and listing of Everest Medicines.

China > Regulatory/compliance: foreign firms Tier 4

Morrison Foerster’s corporate investigations and anti-corruption team has notable experience in a wide range of investigations and regulatory compliance issues. It advises clients from heavily-regulated industries, such as telecoms, online services and cloud computing, banking and financial services, and data processing. Hong Kong-based managing partner Timothy Blakely leads the team which saw the arrival of B Chen Zhu who specialises in government and internal investigations and commercial litigation, as well as cross-border enforcement matters. Blakely and Zhu both have extensive experience in advising foreign firms on anti-corruption issues concerning operating in China.

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Testimonials

‘Morrison & Foerster has the great ability to unpack complex legal issues to “bite-size” pieces, and then provide pertinent advice on how to handle each piece. This is very efficient and effective, and client gets a better sense of “where we are going.” ’

‘Tim Blakely is amazingly reachable and always responds in a timely manner. He has great analytical skills and is a clear writer.’

The firm: With approximately 1,000 lawyers in 17 offices, Morrison & Foerster is a pre-eminent global law firm dedicated to delivering business-oriented results to clients across the United States, Asia and Europe. Dynamic technology and life science companies, large financial institutions, leading consumer product companies and other market leaders come to Morrison & Foerster for knowledge, innovation and business aptitude. Morrison & Foerster handles some of the world’s largest cross-border transactions and resolves major disputes across multiple jurisdictions. The firm has a long-standing commitment to pro bono work and social justice.

For more than 36 years Morrison & Foerster has been on the ground advising clients about their most important China-related matters. The China offices have more than 50 multilingual US-, PRC-, and Hong Kong-qualified professionals, who work closely with attorneys throughout the firm to deliver calibrated and sound advice to clients.

The firm counsels a wide variety of clients in China on their high-profile investment, finance, and regulatory matters, including many of the world’s largest multinationals and the most substantial and active institutional PRC companies, as well as promising startups in the internet, technology, entertainment, telecommunications, life sciences, energy, clean technology, and renewable energy industries.

Areas of practice: MoFo’s Beijing office has served Chinese and international clients, including financial investors and institutions, the Fortune 500, institutional and state-owned PRC companies, entrepreneurs, and technology companies of all types. The Beijing and Shanghai offices include nearly ten US, PRC and Canadian-qualified attorneys, the majority of whom are fully bilingual.

Capital markets: MoFo’s leading capital markets practice in China regularly represents issuers and underwriters in debt and equity financings, as well as in domestic venture capital and private equity investments. It is one of the most active capital markets practices of any international law firm in the region, advising clients on a broad range of corporate financing matters involving Hong Kong, US and English law. The firm’s multi-jurisdictional law capabilities and bilingual teams enhance its competitive position, representing clients on both international offerings and cross-border corporate finance matters.

Dispute resolution: MoFo is one of the world’s premier litigation firms. Its full-service asia dispute resolution practice is a fully integrated regional practice, working seamlessly across its five offices in Asia, to handle all aspects of complex commercial litigation, international arbitration and predispute counselling matters.

Intellectual property and litigation: MoFo has extensive experience in representing Chinese companies in their IP disputes in the US and in the development of their global IP portfolios. MoFo has also been advising its global clients who seek to proactively protect their IP from infringement and misappropriation in China.

Mergers and acquisitions: MoFo’s China M&A practice combines senior PRC regulatory expertise with international deal execution capability. The firm’s lawyers in Beijing, Shanghai, and Hong Kong have significant PRC-related, as well as Asia-wide and global cross-border M&A experience.

Private equity and venture capital: combining corporate finance expertise with diverse technology, healthcare, life sciences and real estate practices, lawyers in MoFo’s Beijing office are active in all aspects of the evolving private equity and venture capital market in China. The practice regularly represents private equity investors, venture capitalists, private equity fund sponsors and issuers in a wide variety of private equity transactions, including buyouts (leveraged and non-leveraged), early and late-stage venture investments and restructurings and recapitalisations.

Real estate: the China real estate practice team represents investors in the financing, acquisition, joint venture and development of real estate investments across China and internationally. The group has a robust practice representing real estate private equity firms, investment managers, sovereign wealth funds, development companies and REITs that invest in real estate assets and companies in this sector.

Technology transactions: MoFo has assisted leading media and IT companies, global banks and financial institutions, biotech companies and private equity funds in navigating legal, structuring and commercial challenges arising from handling technology projects in China’s rapidly evolving business and regulatory environment.

Investment funds: MoFo’s private funds practice is widely recognized by fund sponsors and institutional investors as a leading group in Asia and globally. As one of the largest private funds practices in Asia, we represent fund sponsors and investors in the formation and operation of investment funds in a number of strategies. We are one of only a handful of law firms in Asia with the experience to effectively guide both GPs and LPs through the entire fund formation process.

Fintech: MoFo has long been recognized as a leading financial services and technology firm. Our Fintech practice is not just a corporate practice that happens to handle M&A deals in the very sector. We have one of the few dedicated operational Fintech teams in China, and our partners have nearly two decades of on-the-ground experience at the heart of one of the world’s fastest growing technology markets, catering to a stellar list of industry-leading companies who rely on us to help ensure the success of their most critical deals in mainland China and Hong Kong in a challenging political climate

Healthcare and life sciences: Leading life sciences investors and companies throughout the US, Europe, Japan, and China choose MoFo to help them enter, expand within, or grow outside of the Chinese life sciences market because of our experience in complex, cutting-edge cross-border commercial transactions and financings, our legendary scientific expertise in matters from IP strategic counseling to IP due diligence, and our long and storied track record working within the Chinese life science market.

DepartmentNameEmailTelephone
Anti-bribery/anti-corruption/FCPA Timothy Blakelytblakely@mofo.com+852 25850870
Capital markets Venantius (Ven) Tanvtan@mofo.com+852 25850836
Corporate governance and internal investigations Timothy Blakelytblakely@mofo.com+852 25850870
Dispute resolution Timothy Blakelytblakely@mofo.com+852 25850870
Foreign direct investment Paul McKenziepmckenzie@mofo.com+86 10 5909 3366
Intellectual property and litigation Sarah ThomasSarahThomas@mofo.com+852 25850771
International arbitration Timothy Blakelytblakely@mofo.com+852 25850870
Life sciences Janet Xiaojxiao@mofo.com+1 (650) 813-5736
Life sciences Thomas Choutchou@mofo.com+852 2585 0848
Life sciences Chuan Suncsun@mofo.com+86 21 2322 5243
Life sciences Gordon Milnergmilner@mofo.com+852 2585 0808
Mergers and acquisitions Thomas Choutchou@mofo.com+852 2585 0848
Mergers and acquisitions Marcia Ellismellis@mofo.com+852 2585 0784
Mergers and acquisitions Paul McKenziepmckenzie@mofo.com+86 10 5909 3366
Mergers and acquisitions Vivian Yiuvyiu@mofo.com+852 2585 0761
Mergers and acquisitions Ruomu Lirli@mofo.com+86 21 2322 5218
Mergers and acquisitions Lucy Lullu@mofo.com+86 10 5909 3311
Private equity and venture capital Thomas Choutchou@mofo.com+852 2585 0848
Private equity and venture capital Marcia Ellismellis@mofo.com+852 2585 0784
Real estate Marcia Ellismellis@mofo.com+852 2585 0784
Technology transactions Gordon Milnergmilner@mofo.com+852 2585 0808
Investment Funds Serena TanSTan@mofo.com+852 2585 0861
Investment Funds Nicholas Sheetsnsheets@mofo.com+852 2585 0814
Fintech Thomas Choutchou@mofo.com+852 2585 0848
Fintech Paul McKenziepmckenzie@mofo.com+86 10 5909 3366
Fintech Gordon Milnergmilner@mofo.com+852 2585 0808
Fintech Chuan Suncsun@mofo.com+86 21 2322 5243
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