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White & Case elects five partners in Asia-Pacific
Two new partners each in Hong Kong and Melbourne, one in Tokyo, among 46 globally
The Asset 7 Oct 2022

Global law firm White & Case has promoted 46 lawyers around the world to partnership in 10 of its global practices across 15 countries throughout the Americas, EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) and Asia-Pacific regions, with five added in Asia-Pacific.

In Hong Kong, Tzi-Yang Seow was named a partner in the mergers and acquisitions (M&A) practice. Seow advises private equity and venture funds, family offices and multinational corporates on competitive and proprietary buyouts and divestures, public company M&A, growth investments and joint ventures across the Asia-Pacific region, particularly in China and Southeast Asia.

And Ilan Wong was also named a partner in the M&A practice in Hong Kong. Wong advises sponsors and institutional investors on fund formations and fund investments across a range of sectors and industries, including private equity, venture capital, real estate, infrastructure, credit and digital assets, co-investments and fund secondaries transactions.

In Melbourne, Stephen Carlton was named a partner in the project development and finance practice. Carlton advises on energy- and infrastructure-related M&A, with a focus on renewables, mining and metals and public-private partnership projects. He also has experience advising on cross-border transactions, complex joint ventures and corporate governance.

And Hilary Cure was named a partner in the project development and finance practice in Melbourne. Cure advises government and private sector clients on infrastructure and renewables transactions that cover the entire lifecycle of infrastructure projects, including development, operations, financing and disputes.

In Tokyo, Shino Asayama was named a partner in the M&A practice. Asayama advises on private and public corporate matters with an emphasis on M&A. She also has experience in data protection, foreign direct investment and shareholder activism in Japan.

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