Tong Ai is a corporate lawyer based in Shanghai. She specialises in PRC related corporate matters.
Tong Ai has been involved in a number of cross-border merger and acquisition transactions (both private acquisitions and public takeovers) and has considerable experience advising foreign investors on foreign direct investments, joint ventures, and regulatory matters with respect to their foreign investments in PRC through foreign strategic or financial investments. Specifically, she has extensive experience on foreign investments in China by foreign financial institutions, such as insurance (or insurance intermediaries) companies, fund/asset management companies, and the regulatory aspects of distribution and resale networks for financial products in China.
Tong Ai studied law in China and the United States, and is dually qualified in China (2005) and the State of New York (2011). Before joining us, she has had almost 4 years' working experience in another leading international law firm.
- Attorney at Law, admitted in New York
- Lawyer, qualified in People's Republic of China
On December 28, 2016, the People’s Bank of China (PBOC) issued the amended Administrative Measures on Reporting of Large-Sum Transactions and Suspicious Transactions by Financial Institutions (the Amended Measures)..
January 10, 2017
The Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor (QFII) regime and the Renminbi QFII (RQFII) regime have significantly changed since the beginning of this year..
November 25, 2016
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has today published its global comparative analysis on the regulation and the supervision of bank branches..
November 12, 2015