Multiple wins for Pinsent Masons at China Business Law Awards 2022

22 Jun 2022 | 10:31 am | 1 min. read

Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has won in seven categories at China Business Law Journal's annual awards.

Pinsent Masons won in the following categories:

  • Anti-bribery & anti-corruption
  • Banking & finance
  • Construction & infrastructure
  • Dispute resolution (Cross-border)
  • Education
  • Industrials & manufacturing
  • M&A (Outbound)

Kanyi Lui, Head of China said, "We are very proud to be recognised in such a wide breadth of practices and sectors. As the number one Belt-and-Road Initiative Law Firm, we provide our clients with innovative and practical solutions to the problems they face, wherever in the world their business might take them. We have been in China for almost 40 years, and this award recognises the hard work and dedication of our people and our commitment to China and a greener, more sustainable future."

China Business Law Journal’s annual China Business Law Awards are based on hundreds of nominations received from China-focused in-house counsel and legal professionals around the world.

Pinsent Masons has been operating in China since 1983, and has three offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong. Recent deals have included advising Sinopec on the Tilenga oil and gas project in Uganda, which is currently the largest oil field development project in Africa; advising bp on its joint venture with battery swapping business Aulton New Energy Automotive Technology Co Ltd to provide safe and efficient battery-swapping services for electric vehicle taxis, ride-hailing providers, and other passenger vehicles in Guangzhou as China seeks to decarbonise its transport system.

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