Yi Wang is a corporate lawyer based in Beijing and Head of Beijing.
Yi Wang is based in Beijing and focuses on cross-border merger and acquisitions transactions. Her experience extends across a broad array of sectors including energy, infrastructure, telecommunications, mining, food and pharmaceutical, agricultural, financial services and transport industries. During the past seventeen years of her practice, Yi Wang not only advised international clients on doing business in China but also assisted large Chinese State-owned enterprises and private companies to expand on international markets under China “going global” policy.
Yi Wang received her LLB from the China University of Politics and Law in 1994 and was admitted by the All China Lawyers’ Association in 1995. She joined Norton Rose Fulbright in 2001 and became a partner in 2009. Before joining us, she worked with a French law firm for four years.
Yi Wang writes, reads and speaks English fluently.
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