A number of wins for Pinsent Masons on the China Enterprise Law Awards 2021
Pinsent Masons won in the following categories:
- Banking and finance
- Construction & Infrastructure
- Energy & natural resources
- Industry & production
- (Inbound & domestic)
Helena Chen, Co-Head of China, said, “We are very proud to receive this recognition. It shows the hard work and dedication of our teams, as well as our commitment to the Chinese market. We have provided a full range of legal provisions Advising our customers in China for more than 38 years to support companies in international and national business. These awards reflect this and our market-leading position. “
China Banking and Finance Team Leader Kanyi Lui said, “We are honored to be recognized in the Banking and Finance category this year, following the expansion of the company’s financial offering in China and throughout Asia over the past year. As the leading law firm of the Belt and Road Initiative, our goal is to always provide innovative and practical solutions to complex legal problems that can arise at any point in the project lifecycle. We are extremely grateful for the continued trust and support of our customers, who include both major Chinese financial institutions and sponsors who work with us in some of the toughest jurisdictions around the world. “
Wei Liu, China Corporate Team Leader, said, “We are very pleased to be recognized in such a wide range of specialties. We are truly grateful to have many long-term customers in these industries. This shows the trust they have in us have the services that we offer. “
The China Business Law Journal’s annual China Business Law Awards are based on hundreds of nominations received from China-based in-house advisors and lawyers around the world.
Pinsent Masons has been operating in China since 1983 and has three offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong. The most recent deals included advising on the mega-project for tourism on the Red Sea in Saudi Arabia, the subway construction project in Mexico City, project financing of the integrated stainless steel plant Xiamen Xiangyu in the amount of USD 1 billion and advising from BP Ventures on its first artificial arts communications technology investment in China.