Global China Practice Executive, Senior Associate
Feifei is an expert in international compliance and has provided legal services to many Chinese international engineering enterprises.
Feifei is Pinsent Masons' Global China Practice Executive. She has a profound understanding and knowledge of the sector, paying close attention to the development and legal needs of Chinese contractors overseas. She coordinates Pinsent Masons' global resources and networks to provide best-quality services to Chinese engineering enterprises.
Feifei focuses on international construction and compliance and has provided legal services to many Chinese international engineering enterprises. Pinsent Masons' White Collar Crime and Compliance team advises on multilateral bank sanctions, compliance system management, compliance investigations, import and export control and sanctions. Feifei and her team provide leading legal compliance programs as well as anti-corruption and fraud prevention strategies, assisting clients in minimizing relevant risks and reputation damage.
Feifei is the training specialist for China International Contractors Association and lecturer at the Management and Economics Department of Tianjin University. She gives compliance training to many engineering companies such as CSCEC, CPCEC, CEEC, CREC, CRCC, CCCC, CNPC, COOEC, etc. on topics including compliance, multilateral bank sanctions and compliance system building. She has been invited to Southeast Asian and African countries to give lectures on compliance for dozens of local teams of Chinese engineering companies.
Cecilia has been providing legal services for numerous high-value construction projects located all around the world. Her main areas of practice include construction law, construction related dispute resolutions and infrastructure project finance.
Qing is dual qualified in China and England and Wales. She has extensive experience working in cross-jurisdictional context, and has advised clients on some high profile disputes arising from infrastructure and energy sectors.
I-Ching is qualified in Queensland and New South Wales, and is a legal practitioner of the High Court of Australia. She has extensive experience working in cross-cultural and cross-jurisdictional context, having studied and worked in Australia, Japan and now China, and having advised clients across diverse industries and geographical areas.