Experience / Expertise:
Alternative Investment Funds (incl. Private Equity)
Banking and Finance
Capital Markets
Compliance / Regulatory
Coporate and M&A
Energy & Natural Resources
Life Sciences/Healthcare
Litigation and Dispute Resolution
Projects and Project Financing (incl. Infrastructure)
Real Estate / Construction
Restructuring and Insolvency
Website: Conyers
Applicable Fee Earners

Main Practice Areas

  • Corporate
  • Capital markets
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Banking & Finance
  • Investment Funds
  • Private Equity & Venture Capital
  • Asset finance, including shipping and aircraft finance
  • Litigation & Dispute Resolution
  • Insolvency & Restructuring
  • Private Client & Trust

Firm Profile

Conyers is a leading international law firm with a broad client base including FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 companies, international finance houses and asset managers. The firm advises on Bermuda, British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands laws, from offices in those jurisdictions and in the key financial centres of Hong Kong, London and Singapore.

Through our global network we provide responsive, sophisticated, solution-driven advice to clients on matters including:

  • Corporate: Aircraft Finance & Registration, Banking and Finance, Capital Markets, M&A, Continuations, IPOs, Insurance & Reinsurance, Investment Funds, Islamic Finance, Joint Ventures, Partnerships, Private Equity, Securitisation & Structured Finance, Ship Finance & Registration
  • Litigation: Arbitration & Dispute Resolution, Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Restructuring, Commercial Litigation
  • Private Client & Trust: Discretionary, Fixed Interest, Purpose & Charitable Trusts, Estate Planning, Foundations, Private Investment Structures, Private Trust Companies, Trust Litigation

We also provide a wide range of registered agent, registered office, corporate director and secretarial services, as well as specialised company trust, management, compliance and governance services.

Recognition and Awards

  • China Business Law Journal: Best Overall Law Firms (Offshore), 2013-2020
  • IFLR Asia-Pacific Awards: Offshore Law Firm of the Year 2020, Equity Deal of the Year 2020 – Budweiser APAC IPO, M&A Deal of the Year 2020 – eHi Car Services take-private, Restructuring Deal of the Year 2019 – Nobel Group Limited’s US$3.5 billion global restructuring
  • Asia Legal Business Law Awards: M&A Deal of the Year 2019 – MBK Partners HK Limited’s privatisation of eHi Car Services Limited
  • Who’s Who Legal Awards: British Virgin Islands Law Firm of the Year, 2018, 2017
  • Who’s Who Legal Awards: Bermuda Law Firm of the Year, 2019, 2018, 2017
  • Asian Lawyer Asia Legal Awards: Offshore Law Firm of the Year, 2016



Address: 29th Floor, One Exchange Square, 8 Connaught Place, Central, Hong Kong

Tel: (852) 2524 7106

Fax: (852) 2845 9268

Email: hongkong@conyers.com

Website: https://www.inhousecommunity.com/firm/conyers/

Contact: Christopher Bickley (Partner, Head of Hong Kong Office)

Number of employees: 500+

Offices in Asia: Hong Kong, Singapore

Year Established: 1928

Languages spoken: Cantonese, English, Mandarin

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