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.
I-Ching specialises in international arbitration and cross border dispute and risk management, particularly in the mining, energy and resources and commodity industries, as well as infrastructure / construction industries. She is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, is listed on the panel of Chinese Arbitration Association, the Chongqing Arbitration Commission, the Ulaanbaatar Chamber of Commerce, and on the reserve panel of SIAC.
I-Ching also has vast experience in corporate governance, regulatory and compliance, especially in the financial services sectors.
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Longfei is dual qualified in PRC and New York. She has extensive experience advising Chinese companies for their overseas PPP/BOT Projects and international constructions projects in the sectors of infrastructure, power, mining and oil & gas.
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