Baker McKenzie’s Malaysian member firm Wong & Partners has added two new partners - Lydia Kong and Addy Herg – from investment firm Navis Capital and Skrine, respectively.

Kong, who left Wong & Partners for an in-house role at Navis Capital a year and a half ago, returns to joins the antitrust team. Apart from competition law, she also advises on acquisitions and regulatory matters

Herg, will be a part of the China outbound practice, was a transactional partner at Skrine. He specialises in M&A, FDI and joint ventures besides undertaking corporate advisory work.

With the addition of Herg and Kong, the number of partners at the firm is now 21.


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