Norton Rose Fulbright has added Paul Wee Ei Don as a banking and finance partner in the Beijing office. He joins the firm after almost eight years in the Beijing office of Clifford Chance. Don has also worked in leading law firms in Australia and Malaysia, and is a published co-author of a 700-page legal text on syndicated loans and bonds in Malaysia. Fluent in Mandarin, Don is a project finance lawyer who works with large Chinese policy and commercial banks, predominantly on outbound project and export credit financing across a broad range of sectors with a particular focus on the mining and metals, oil and gas, power and infrastructure sectors. Over the past several years, he has worked on some of the largest Chinese outbound financings involving various jurisdictions from Australia and Angola to the Ukraine and Venezuela.
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