Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher has added four partners from Ropes & Gray to its Hong Kong office: Paul Boltz, Scott Jalowayski, Michael Nicklin and Brian Schwarzwalder. Boltz was managing partner of Ropes & Gray’s Hong Kong office, focusing on capital markets and M&A transactions. Jalowayski advises private equity funds and other global and regional investment managers on their investment and M&A transactions. Nicklin’s practice covers a broad range of debt-financing transactions across Asia Pacific, with particular experience in leveraged finance. Schwarzwalder represents global and Asian private equity funds and other asset managers in transactions across Asia and Australia/New Zealand.

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