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Offshore law firm Harneys has expanded its investment funds practice in Hong Kong with the hire of Yucheng Fan as a partner from Maples Group.
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Arbitrage funds may have further options available to maximise the value of their position in companies seeking to avail themselves of the Cayman Islands merger regime.
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Offshore law firm Harneys has named Lishi Fong as managing partner of its Singapore office and Hong Kong partner Paula Kay as its head of litigation for Asia.
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Ian Mann took over as Asia managing partner of offshore law firm Harneys just about a year ago. In an interview with ALB, he reflects on the past 12 months, and outlines his plans for the firm.
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Offshore firm Harneys has continued growing its Hong Kong office after hiring Yin Xu as investment funds and corporate partner from rival Walkers, and Charles Clayton-Payne as banking and finance partner from Hogan Lovells in Singapore.
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Offshore law firm Harneys has hired banking and finance expert Lishi Fong as a partner in Singapore from Norton Rose Fulbright where she was an of counsel.
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Offshore law firm Harneys has named litigator James Noble as the new managing partner of its Singapore office. Noble will take over from Lisa Pearce, who is retiring.
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Offshore law firm Harneys has appointed restructuring and insolvency specialist Nicola Roberts as a partner in Hong Kong from Ogier, where she spent more than a decade practicing in BVI and Jersey.
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Offshore firm, Harneys, has expanded its litigation and restructuring practice in Asia with the appointment of Julie Engwirda as partner in the Hong Kong office from rival firm Travers Thorp Alberga where she was a partner.
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Offshore firm Harneys has hired dispute resolution specialist Andrew Johnstone as a partner in Hong Kong from HFW, and also named Ian Mann, head of its litigation and restructuring practice group, as its new Asia managing partner.