Kay received her first Bachelor degree in Business Administration from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. She then obtained her law degree at Manchester Metropolitan University and completed her Postgraduate Certificate in Laws at the University of Hong Kong. Kay joined our firm as a trainee solicitor in 2015.
Before joining our firm, Kay was an investigating officer of the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC). She has extensive experience handling commercial and criminal investigation and regulatory compliance on corruption law.
In our firm, she handles general commercial matters for private companies in Hong Kong and China. She has experience in handling contractual and commercial issues for international clients, including drafting share sale and purchase agreement, distribution agreement, non-disclosure agreement and other legal documentation.
Kay has participated in an acquisition of a SFC licensed company between a US-based financial service firm and a Chinese-owned investment institution, a pre-IPO legal due diligence of three Hong Kong companies (engaged in the beauty care related industry) whose parent company intended to list in the SGX Catalist Board, a restructuring exercise of four companies engaging in travel agency business in four different jurisdictions and other various corporate matters. She has also assisted in PRC legal matters such as the review of lease, employment contracts and other commercial contracts and setting up of WFOE.
BBA (Hong Kong), LLB (UK), PCLL
Hong Kong – August 2017
Corporate and China Business