Will Ho is a partner in the firm's Hong Kong office. He is a member of the private equity and corporate and M&A practice groups. Will's experience covers cross-border M&A deals, private equity and venture capital, privatizations and strategic investments.
In addition to representing major private equity funds in their investments across Asia, Will also represents early to late stage technology companies on all aspects of their capital raisings, joint ventures, acquisitions, and exits.
He has advised a number of Hong Kong-listed issuers and investment banks on a wide range of capital markets and public M&A transactions, including privatizations, security offerings (primary and secondary), as well as private investments into public equity (PIPE) transactions.
Will is recognized by Asian Legal Business in 2023 as one of the Super 50 TMT (Technology, Media and Telecommunications) Lawyers in Asia.
Will is admitted as a solicitor in Hong Kong and also admitted as a solicitor in New South Wales, Australia (currently non-practicing).
- Included by Asian Legal Business in the Asia Super 50 TMT Lawyers List 2023
- Author, Practice Note on “Earn-out, Locked Box, and Retention: Private Acquisitions (Hong Kong),” in collaboration with Thomson Reuters, Practical Law Hong Kong, 2022
- Author, Practice Note on “Share purchase agreements in a private mergers and acquisitions (M&A) context,” in collaboration with Thomson Reuters, Practical Law Hong Kong, 2020
- Author, Practice Note on “Completion Agenda; share purchases,” in collaboration with Thomson Reuters, Practical Law Hong Kong, 2020
- Author, Practice Note on “Completion Agenda; asset purchases”, in collaboration with Thomson Reuters, Practical Law Hong Kong, 2020
- Mentioned, "Latest Deals from Law Firms and Legal Services Providers," In-House Community, 14 December 2022
- Mentioned, "K&L Gates helps Aigens raise USD14m in series A funding," China Business Law Journal, 9 December 2022
- Mentioned, "Turn Capital’s Acquisition of Media Assets of Apple Daily Taiwan," Global Legal Chronicle, 13 July 2022