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Juno is a partner of Maples and Calder’s Corporate team in the Maples Group’s Hong Kong office. Her practice covers a broad range of corporate and finance matters involving Cayman Islands and British Virgin Islands companies, including private equity and venture capital investments, joint ventures, pre-IPO financings, reorganisations and restructurings, debt capital market transactions, mergers and acquisitions, banking and financings with a particular focus on initial public offerings and listing of shares of Cayman Islands companies in Hong Kong, Taiwan and the US and acting in private equity preferred share financing transactions for the most promising technology start-ups and unicorns. Juno is a trusted advisor who regularly advises major listed corporations, household known conglomerates, financial institutions, SOE and private companies on general corporate and commercial transactions of all types.
Juno joined Maples and Calder in 2010 and was promoted to partner in 2021. She previously worked for K&L Gates in Hong Kong. Prior to that, she worked for Formosa Transnational in Taipei, Taiwan.
Juno is a member of Queensland Law Society.
University of Queensland, Australia, Graduate Diploma in Professional Legal Education and Training, 2002
University of Queensland, Australia, Bachelor of Laws, 2002
University of Queensland, Australia, Bachelor of Business (Management), 2000
‘Leading Cayman law firm’ Maples Group provides ‘access to the latest information and deep knowledge in the challenging regulatory environment’. The practice has a solid track record assisting international clients with inbound investment into Asia and outbound investment from Asian clients internationally. Ann Ng heads the funds and investment management practice and focus on the international investment fund market. Matt Roberts, who is based in Singapore and Hong Kong, heads the corporate team and focuses on M&A, private equity, joint ventures, reorganisations, corporate governance and capital markets. Terence Ho is recommended for private equity, venture capital and hedge funds work and has acted for sponsors across Asia. John Trehey heads the dispute resolution and insolvency practice, handling both contentious and non-contentious cross-border matters. Aisling Dwyer is another name to note for disputes and has considerable experience in high value, international litigation. Singapore-based Michael Gagie was recently appointed as regional managing partner for Asia. Juno Huang and Karen Zhang Pallaras were promoted to partner in February 2021 and Nick Stern joined the dispute resolution and insolvency team from Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in November 2020. Jonathan Silver departed in November 2021, and Anthony Webster has also left the firm now. Greg Knowles, Mark Western and Stacey Overholt retired.