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Eversheds Sutherland Appoints New Hong Kong Senior Office Partner

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    12-01-2016

    Law firm Eversheds Sutherland has announced the appointment of Partner Stephen Mok as Senior Office Partner for the firm’s Hong Kong office.

    Stephen’s appoinftment follows the expansion of the office in recent months, with a number of new partners joining the practice. They include Jennifer Van Dale, who heads the Asia employment practice, Charles Butcher, an M&A partner, and Jae Lemin, a banking partner.

    Stephen, who is also the Head of Corporate for Asia, has extensive experience in capital markets transactions and mergers and acquisitions. He has advised Chinese organisations and investment banks on securities transactions for over 20 years. He also has particular expertise in advising Hong Kong listed companies on regulatory compliance.

    Stephen's expertise is acknowledged by Chambers Asia and Chambers Global where he is a "Leading Individual" for "Corporate/M&A - China" and “Capital Markets: Equity (International Firms) - China".

    Commenting on his appointment, Stephen Mok said:

    “I am honoured to have been appointed as the Senior Office Partner in Hong Kong. This is an exciting new role and I look forward to working with Stephen Kitts, our Managing Partner, and the team to continue to build our profile and reputation in the market. Our strategy is to combine great advice with innovative service delivery. We are making an impact as evidenced by our growing client portfolio. 2016 promises to be an important year as we continue to grow.”

    Stephen Kitts, Eversheds Sutherland Asia Managing Partner added:

    “I would like to congratulate Stephen on his appointment. Asia is a strategic priority for Eversheds Sutherland and Stephen’s new role reflects the importance of this office, and the region as a whole, for the firm.”

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