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- Chen joins DLA Piper as a companion from Linklaters in Hong Kong
- She focuses on vitality project funding in Higher China and jobs less than China’s Belt and Street Initiative
(Reuters) – World law firm DLA Piper reported Tuesday it has employed a Larger China associate from Linklaters in its finance, tasks and restructuring (FPR) follow in Hong Kong.
Crystal Chen focuses on cross-border banking and finance transactions involving China, notably in the electric power, petrochemical and mining sectors, DLA Piper said in a assertion.
She has encouraged loan companies on numerous infrastructure finance jobs that form a element of China’s ‘Belt and Road Initiative,’ specially a sequence of initiatives in Pakistan known as the China-Pakistan Financial Corridor, in accordance to her Linklaters bio.
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Her listing of purchasers in the bio incorporate Normal Chartered Financial institution, Financial institution of China and the Silk Road Fund.
Chen has also suggested the International Finance Company, a sibling corporation of the Globe Lender, and the Mongolian governing administration in relation to financing of renewable power tasks in Pakistan, as per her Linklaters bio.
DLA Piper’s worldwide FPR head David Trott explained developing the exercise in Asia is a extended-term strategic precedence for the company.
Greenberg Traurig employed a four-companion staff, including 3 attorneys from Hogan Lovells, in Tokyo past week to established up its Asian strength and infrastructure practice.
Linklaters also just lately hired Mark Veitch from Herbert Smith Freehills as head of Asia construction in its electricity and infrastructure exercise.
A spokesperson for Linklaters verified Chen remaining the business on March 31 and wished her very well.
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