Sun Hong is a corporate lawyer based in Shanghai. Sun focuses on corporate matters, covering foreign direct investment, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and corporate transactions involving PRC assets or entities. Sun has had great experience in advising clients on regulatory and compliance matters/projects.
Sun has in-depth insight into the legal system of China and the compliance and regulatory risks encountered by multinationals doing business in China, which makes her well positioned to advise clients on practical solutions to address compliance risks and to deal with difficult regulatory issues when arisen.
Sun is very familiar with the regulatory regime of China through her post qualification legal practice in both government bodies and domestic and international law firms.
She qualified in China in 1999 and had worked for four years in the legal affairs office of a local government and five years with PRC local law firms (practising litigation and corporate matters) before she joined the practice in 2006. Sun received training on English law and legal practice under the Lord Chancellor Training Scheme for Young Chinese Lawyers in the UK and HK in 2003 and 2004.
As part of our 2014/2015 global regulation and investigations engagement forum series, we will be hosting seminars in Frankfurt and Munich..
28 January in Frankfurt and 29 January in Munich
Multinational businesses are increasingly at risk of investigations by regulatory bodies in many parts of the world..
January 9, 2014
September 24, 2013
On 8 April 2015, the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (the SAFE) released the Notice on Reform of Administration over Conversion of Capital Funds of Foreign-.
April 13, 2015
Merger control intensifies in Singapore; Myanmar introduces Competition Law.
April 02, 2015
Norton Rose Fulbright has advised Chinese-owned holding company Cai GmbH on the sale of its remaining 12.5 per cent interest in GROHE Group S.à r.l., the world’s lea.
April 21, 2015
Global legal practice Norton Rose Fulbright has today published its global comparative analysis on remuneration requirements for banks, covering 14 jurisdictions..
March 11, 2015