Winnie Chan

Counsel

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Winnie Chan is a member of the firm’s Investment Funds Practice. Her practice focuses on fund formation, secondaries, fund investments, private equity investments and cross-border mergers and acquisitions. She has experience acting for fund sponsors, private equity houses and alternative investment managers on a wide range of projects, and she also advises on regulatory and intermediaries licensing issues.  

Winnie has been recognized by Legal 500 Asia Pacific for her work in investment funds and corporate (including M&A) in Hong Kong.

Languages

  • English
  • Mandarin
  • Cantonese
  • Italian

Admissions

  • Hong Kong

Education

  • Columbia University, LL.M.
  • University of Hong Kong, B.B.A. (Law); LL.B.; P.C.LL.

Fund Formation and Secondaries 

  • A leading PRC asset management company in the formation of a segregated portfolio with a commitment of US$640 million, and its acquisition of a real estate holding company from a leading property developer in the PRC
  • A leading French private equity investment company in its secondaries transactions
  • An Asian institution in the sale of a portfolio of 18 fund interests to 3 buyers with a transaction value of US$92 million
  • A direct secondary transaction involving the sale of a portfolio of Southeast Asia assets from a Southeast Asian manager to institutional buyers
  • A fund restructuring involving the transfer of assets into a new fund established for a consortium led by a leading global private equity asset manager, and a stapled commitment by the same consortium into a another fund
  • Institutional investors in their secondaries transactions, fund investments and co-investment activities
  • A leading PRC asset management company in its fund investments
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