Mr. Jay Zhu is a partner at JunHe’s Shanghai office and has more than ten years of experience in the areas of commercial litigation and arbitration. Mr. Zhu specializes in handling complex financial disputes and has advised a variety of financial institutions such as banks, securities companies, trust companies, fund management companies, asset management companies and insurance companies on the resolution of a wide range of financial disputes. These include disputes in the areas of loans, trade financing, LC and guarantee fraud, financial derivatives, shares/bond pledge transactions, private placement bonds and insurance claims. He has extensive experience in equity investment disputes and has advised numerous private funds and listed companies on the resolution of share repurchase disputes, performance compensation disputes and anti-dilution compensation disputes. Mr. Zhu also has extensive experience in handling complex cross-border disputes and has represented numerous clients in a variety of foreign-related litigation and arbitration and the recognition and enforcement of foreign awards. He has appeared as counsel in international arbitration administrated by HKIAC, SIAC and LCIA.
Mr. Zhu has vast experience in the area of compliance and competition laws. He has advised numerous clients on anti-unfair competition legal risk assessment, how to respond to administrative investigations into commercial bribery, internal compliance investigation and internal compliance training. He participated in writing A Practical Guide: Anti-corruption Compliance in China published by Wolters Kluwer in 2014.
Mr. Zhu began his legal career at KWM’s Shanghai office in 2009 and he served as Group Legal Advisor at Standard Chartered Bank’s Singapore office in 2016.
He is a mediator at the Shanghai Banking Industry Disputes Resolution Center. Mr. Zhu also passed the evaluation conducted by the Shanghai Bar Association in the areas of “financial, securities and insurance” and “foreign-related matters”.