Squire Patton Boggs has added corporate partner Anthony Chan, who joined the firm from the Hong Kong office of Stephenson Harwood. A China-appointed attesting officer in Hong Kong, Chan’s practice focuses on mid-cap corporate finance (IPO) work, representing both issuers and sponsors. He also has experience in debt financing and cross-border corporate and commercial transactions. He is also an attorney-at-law qualified in California and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Recent transactions led by Chan include advising BOCOM International (Asia) on HPC Holdings’ HK$180 million (US$23m) Hong Kong listing and advising Zioncom Holdings on its listing in Hong Kong, making the technology company as one of the few Korean-owned businesses listed in Hong Kong.
Ministerial Regulation removing back office services from the Foreign Business Operations Act announced
Certain back office service businesses will no longer require a foreign business licence.
Changes are coming!
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Herbies goes to Shanghai FTZ
Herbert Smith Freehills is adding local law capabilities in China through a joint operation with Kewei Law Firm.