Hong Kong law firm Hauzen has hired corporate and regulatory lawyer Andy Lau as a partner. Lau’s most recent role was at Deutsche Bank, where he was senior legal counsel between 2018 and 2021.

With more than a decade of experience, Lau advises on corporate finance, commercial, private equity, M&A, capital markets, listing rules, SFC securities regulations, investigations, fintech, licensing, startups, virtual assets and cryptocurrencies.

Before joining Deutsche Bank, Lau worked with law firms Linklaters, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom and Paul Hastings.

Hauzen, which operates in association with DWF and PRC firm Anjie Broad, now has eight partners.


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