Deacons, Hong Kong’s largest local law firm, has hired banking and finance lawyer Erica Wong as a partner from offshore firm Ogier, where she was a managing associate.

Wong’s practice focuses on cross-border banking and financing transactions, and also experience in dealing with syndicated, club and bilateral financing, real estate financing, acquisition financing, pre-IPO financing, and margin financing.

Prior to joining Ogier last year, Wong worked at a number of international law firms in Hong Kong, including Allen & Overy, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, King & Wood Mallesons and Linklaters.


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