200902 Xiaowei YeRimon Law is expanding its presence in China with the addition of Xiaowei Ye, as a partner in the firm’s Shenzhen and Washington DC offices. Formerly the managing partner of Morgan Lewis & Brockius’ Beijing office, Ye has over 25 years of experience in Asia representing major multinationals, financial institutions, international and Chinese companies, as well as private equity funds in China-US cross-border M&A and investments. She also advises multinationals on regulatory matters, including obtaining approvals and licenses in regulated industries, general regulatory compliance, and crisis management related to regulatory investigations, product recalls and other issues. Over the course of her career, Ye has advised on some of the most high-profile transactions involving Chinese companies and major international players doing business in China. Her groundbreaking work has included advising on the first joint-venture investment bank between China Construction Bank and Morgan Stanley, as well as representing Nasdaq in the establishment of its representative office in China. She has also advised some of the world’s largest asset managers on regulatory issues related to their operations in China.

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