JunHe sincerely welcomes new partner Mr. Guangqin Wei to our Hong Kong office. Mr. Wei advises primarily on capital markets, corporate and merger and acquisition matters.
Mr. Wei graduated from Peking University with a bachelor's degree in nuclear physics and a bachelor's degree in intellectual property law. He further received his JD, magna cum laude, from University of Pennsylvania Law School. Mr. Wei began his legal career in Fried Frank’s New York office in 2004 and subsequently worked as a special counsel in Fried Frank’s Hong Kong office, a partner in Dentons Hong Kong and general counsel of a Hong Kong listed company. From 2009 to 2010, Mr. Wei served as an associate advisor of the Strategic Planning and Development Committee of the China Securities Regulatory Commission. He is qualified to practice in the High Court of Hong Kong and in the State of New York.
Mr. Wei concentrates his practice in corporate finance and securities laws, and also represents clients in a variety of other business transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, private equity investments and general corporate matters. Mr. Wei has acted for issuers, sponsors, underwriters and investors in an array of financing transactions, including Hong Kong IPOs, high-yield, investment grade and convertible debt offerings and cross-border financings, as well as debt restructurings. Mr. Wei has also led and participated in cross-border mergers and acquisitions.
As a law firm committed to providing comprehensive commercial legal services to its valued clients, JunHe has provided professional and outstanding legal services to many Chinese and foreign clients for over 32 years and has become one of the largest leading law firms in China. We believe that Mr. Wei will further enrich our practice in capital markets, corporate and mergers and acquisitions, and provide an important addition in offering our clients the most professional and comprehensive legal services. We fully expect Mr. Wei will realise great personal development and career enhancement at JunHe.