Ms Valarie Hing > Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP > New York, United States > Lawyer Profile

Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP
NEW YORK, NY 10178-0061
United States
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Work Department

Corporate; Capital Markets; Finance; Latin America; Mergers and Acquisitions; Public Company and Corporate Governance


Valarie A. Hing is a partner in Curtis’ corporate practice group. Her practice focuses on capital markets, finance and mergers and acquisition matters. She has advised on a wide range of transactions, including public and private securities offerings and purchases, secured bank and non-bank lending and borrowing transactions and mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and other strategic investments and partnerships involving public and private companies.

Ms. Hing also counsels clients on securities laws compliance, corporate governance and general corporate matters.

Ms. Hing has extensive experience in structuring, negotiating and executing cross-border transactions and working with sovereigns and sovereign owned entities and other international clients and counterparties, and has represented clients operating in various industries, including mining and natural resource development and refining, manufacturing, and shipping and logistics.

Ms. Hing also advises not-for-profit entities on day-to-day corporate and commercial matters.


The Association of the Bar of the City of New York; American Bar Association, Business Law Section


Stanford Law School, J.D.; Hamilton College, B.A.

Lawyer Rankings

United States > M&A/corporate and commercial > M&A: middle-market (sub-$500m)

Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP is particularly active on behalf of clients operating in the energy, commodities, telecoms, manufacturing, transportation and technology industries, and the group has extensive experience in complex cross-border transactions and foreign investments in the US, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and Asia. Lawrence Goodman is the M&A group chair and Andrew Seiden‘s recent experience includes representing high-net-worth clients in venture capital, private equity and private equity fund investments, as well as advising a pharmaceutical developer on the sale of a majority interest in its product development pipeline. Other notable advisers are chair of the firm’s securities practice group and opinions committee Jeffrey OstragerRaymond Hum, who divides his time between Washington DC and New York, former chair of the international corporate department Matias Vega, and Valarie Hing. The attorneys named are in New York, except where otherwise stated. Evan Borenstein left for Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP.