Dorothy Xing specializes in areas of banking and finance, capital market and securities, mergers and acquisitions. She has been leading in the markets of financial legal services and foreign investments for over 10 years.
Xing advised on China’s state-owned enterprise reform in the first and second round and H-share listing in 1994. She undertook the overseas red-chip listing of the first private companies in 1998. In addition, she represented two national commercial banks in the IPOs in Mainland China. Currently, she is working as regular legal counsel for over 10 banks, trust companies, funds and security companies.
Xing enjoys a high reputation in industry both at home and abroad. Her clients include large state-owned enterprises like CITIC Group, China Resources Enterprise and State Development & Investment Corporation, banks like China CITIC Bank, China Construction Bank and foreign venture capital and private equity companies like Sequoia Capital. Furthermore, She and her team have won many awards including Best Team, Best Legal Expert and China Top 15 Female Lawyers from Asia Law Profiles and China Law & Practice.
Xing also takes social responsibilities actively and has been widely recognized by society. She works as vice chairman of Lawyers Association of Chaoyang District, Beijing, expert adviser of China Banking Association and adjunct professor of Wuhan University Law School.
Banking and Finance
Securities and Capital Markets
Private Equity and Industrial Funds
2001-2004 Peking University (LL.M.) 1990-1994 China University of Political Science and Law (LL.B.) In 2001 she was selected as an excellent young lawyer for the Young Lawyer Collaboration Project founded by the Ministry of Justice and the European Union, travelling to England and several EU countries for training in EU law and legal practice.
East & Concord Partners
Hong Kong Livasiri Law Firm
Chinese Law Consultant
China Legal Affairs Center