Crystal Liu is an associate in the Corporate practice of Paul Hastings and is based in the Hong Kong office. Her practice focuses on capital markets transactions and mergers and acquisitions. She also regularly advises several listed companies on corporate governance and regulatory matters, including compliance with the Hong Kong Listing Rules, Takeovers Code, and the Securities and Futures Ordinance. She is fluent in English and Mandarin.
Capital Markets/ M&A Matters
Advised listed companies, including BBMG Corporation, ZTE Corporation, Sino-Ocean Group Holding Limited, DaFa Properties Group Limited, Bank of Tianjin Co., Ltd., COSCO SHIPPING Holdings Co., Ltd., China Huarong Energy Company Limited and Redsun Properties Group Limited in relation to their compliance matters under the Hong Kong Listing Rules and other relevant law and regulations.
COSCO SHIPPING Holdings’ Proposed Acquisition of Orient Overseas
July 10, 2017
China COSCO Shipping Completes Phase I Acquisition of Piraeus Port in Greece
August 12, 2016
COSCO Acquires Piraeus Port in Greece
April 08, 2016
Bank of Tianjin Completes US$948 Million Hong Kong IPO
March 31, 2016
COSCO’s Highly Complex Restructuring with China Shipping
February 03, 2016
Paul Hastings Advises Unitech Enterprises on General Offer of Hong Kong-Listed Company
July 23, 2014
Paul Hastings Advises Chanjet Information Technology on its H-share Listing
June 26, 2014
Paul Hastings Awarded Asia M&A Firm of the Year
Paul Hastings was named “M&A Firm of the Year" at the fourth annual Asia Legal Awards, hosted by The American Lawyer, in association with The Asian Lawyer, China Law & Practice, and Legal Week.
Seven firms were shortlisted for this award and Paul Hastings won due to the breadth of complex, landmark matters the firm advised on last year, including:
* Representing Samsung Electronics in its US$8B acquisition of Harman;
* Representing state-owned shipping giant COSCO, China COSCO and its associated companies in the landmark restructuring involving both COSCO and China Shipping;
* Representing Beijing Shouhuan Cultural Tourism Investment, a consortium of four state-owned companies, in its multi-billion dollar joint venture with Comcast NBC Universal and in the establishment of a landmark Universal Studio theme park in Beijing.