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Henry Wang

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Henry Wang is a partner in the firm’s Beijing office. He has 20 years of experience in advising top tier domestic and multinational corporations, financial institutions, and private investors in the full range of corporate matters involving China. He focuses on structuring domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance transactions, joint ventures and wholly foreign-owned entities, and licensing agreements and commercial contracts.

In addition, Mr. Wang counsels on compliance and corporate governance issues and matters related to dispute resolution, employment, and real estate. He also has substantial experience advising international clients with respect to Chinese privacy and data protection issues.

Mr. Wang was ranked a leading lawyer for Corporate/M&A in the Chambers and Partners 2012 edition, which noted that he is "particularly knowledgeable on the key issues that potentially affect LS companies, when it comes to inbound transactions into the PRC." Mr. Wang was described as "very proactive and willing to roll up his sleeves" and a lawyer who "will go the extra mile to get a deal done" and who "adds a lot of value to the transaction and is a key resource." He has also been listed for his work in Corporate and M&A in The Legal 500 (Asia), which noted in its 2010 edition that he is "particularly excellent- he provides timely, articulate counsel that advances transactions in keeping with the business goals."


  • Leading China M&A lawyer, Chambers and Partners (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015)

Additional Information

Mr. Wang is a frequent commentator for The Wall Street Journal on Chinese regulatory issues. In March 2009, he was quoted in the Wall Street Journal in an article in connection with the Coca-Cola Company's acquisition of China Huiyuan Juice Group Ltd. He has also been quoted in the same publication commenting on other regulatory trends affecting foreign investment in China. Mr. Wang served as a keynote speaker at the kick-off event of a major China-related business convention in California.