Mr Jay C.S. Tai > Proskauer Rose LLP > Beijing, China > Lawyer Profile

Proskauer Rose LLP
BEIJING 100022
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Jay Tai is a partner in Proskauer’s Corporate Department. His practice focuses on private equity, mergers and acquisitions, and complex corporate and commercial transactions.

Jay has extensive experience representing regional and global private equity funds, venture capital funds, hedge funds, investment banks and strategic investors in their investment activities throughout Asia, particularly in China and South East Asia, including buyouts, control, growth, secondaries and restructurings. He has advised clients on deals involving a broad range of industries, including real estate, manufacturing, health care, education, telecommunications and media; and jurisdictions in Asia, including China, Japan, Korea, Singapore and Malaysia.

Lawyer Rankings

China > Private equity: foreign firms

Proskauer Rose LLP‘s private equity practice, which ‘provides strong support and mobilises resources to meet clients’ needs‘, is regularly instructed to advise on the negotiating and closing of buyouts, portfolio company divestitures, investments and other significant private equity transactions. Recent highlights include advising Greater Bay Area Homeland Development Fund on two fintech-related private equity investments. A trusted adviser to global and regional clients, Hong Kong-based Jay Tai plays a key role in growing the Asia private equity practice.

Hong Kong > Private equity

Proskauer Rose LLP handles a range of private equity transactions, including buyouts, portfolio company divestitures and investments. It stands out for its expertise in the structuring and negotiating of secondary transactions and fund restructurings, and the team has recently been active in deals in the education, aviation, real estate, financial services, consumer, healthcare and TMT sectors. Jay Tai heads the team.

Hong Kong > Corporate (including M&A)

Proskauer Rose LLP is co-led by Yuval Tal who splits his time between Hong Kong and Beijing and notably serves as global co-chair of the firm’s hospitality, gaming and leisure group; the aforementioned sectors are core pillars of the M&A offering and so too are private equity transactions, a front on which Jeremy Leifer and Jay Tai thrive.