Ms. Wei has extensive experience in financial institutions, real estate, energy, telecommunications, retail, automobile, hi-tech and traditional manufacturing industries and represents various multinational companies, Chinese companies, investment banks, and private equity funds in their merger and acquisition transactions. She has provided advice on various aspects of such projects including the design of transaction structures, due diligence investigation, drafting and the negotiation of complicated legal documents in connection with such projects. She has also advised many domestic and international clients from different industries in corporate financing, commercial transactions and general corporate matters since she joined the firm in 1994. Ms. Wei also has extensive experience in the private fund formation area and has represented various fund managers or investors in such deals.
Since the effectiveness of the PRC Anti-Monopoly Law, Ms. Wei has represented various multinational companies and Chinese companies in their merger control filings, AML advice on cartel, and RPM as well as AML compliance issues. Ms. Wei has also led the team handling multiple government investigation cases initiated by AML enforcement agencies including NDRC, MOFCOM and SAIC. Ms. Wei was invited by the PRC AML enforcement agencies to formulate a variety of regulations; therefore Ms. Wei is deeply aware of both the agencies’ rules and practices.
With award of the first “Beijing Excellent Lawyers Returning from Overseas Study”, Ms. Wei was also frequently nominated and recommended as a China leading lawyer in the Mergers and Acquisitions and/or Competition by IFLR 1000, EuroMoney Legal Media Group, Legal 500, Who’s Who legal and the Asian authoritative legal media—Asialaw Profiles.
Ms. Wei worked at the Hong Kong office of Mallesons Stephen Jaques from 2002 to 2003 where she advised clients on investment projects in China as well as international transactions.
Ms. Wei is currently the head of the International Trade and Anti-trust & Competition Group of JunHe.