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Cindy Wu

Associate
+86.10.5817.6103
Fax +86.10.8518.9299
Cindy Wu is an associate in the Beijing office and is a member of the firm’s Energy Infrastructure and Resources group. Ms. Wu’s principal areas of practice include mergers and acquisitions, foreign direct investment, as well as other general corporate practice and international business transactions. She has also assisted in advising clients across a range of industries including real estate, manufacturing, mining, and technology.

Professional Background

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Wu was an associate in Beijing office of a well-know Chinese law firm, where she focused on general corporate matters, mergers and acquisitions, real estate development and foreign direct investment. She also has working experience in an U.S. law firm based in New York, advising clients on business establishment, general corporate matters and regulatory compliance issues. Before that, she worked as an in-house legal counsel in Beijing office of a Hong Kong clean energy company for six years.

Additional Information

Publications

  • “Regulatory Developments on Foreign Investment in China Real Estate Market”, American Bar Association 2016 Year in Review, December 2016, co-author with a Junhe Partner.
  • “外商投资中国房地产行业规范政策的沿革及最新发展”, LexisNexis (律商联讯), December 2016, co-author with a Junhe Partner.
  • Advised China’s state-owned insurance companies on real estate merger and acquisition projects in several cities of mainland China.
  • Advised a leading American real estate investment and development company on real estate development projects in Shenzhen City.
  • Advised a well-known Australian real estate fund on real estate investment activities across nine Chinese cities, including real estate merger and acquisition projects, lease agreement reviews and general corporate matters.
  • Advised a leading industrial and logistics real estate company from Singapore on the incorporation of six Chinese joint venture companies.
  • Assisted a Hong Kong clean energy company in incorporating two joint venture companies in China and the subsequent acquisitions of a Chinese domestic stove manufacturer and a Chinese domestic biofuel producer.
  • Assisted a leading American apparel company in setting up five stores in China and advised the client on various legal issues including but not limited to Chinese authority approvals, regulatory compliance issues, real estate issues, labor law issues and tax law issues.
  • Represented an American education consultancy company on a joint educational project with the government of Nantong City, Jiangsu Province, China.