Quintet of Shanghai Qin Li Law Firm professionals recognized in IFLR1000
The International Financial Law Review (IFLR), one of the world's leading legal publishers, recently announced the IFLR1000 rankings for 2021-2022. Five legal professionals of Shanghai Qin Li Law Firm (Qinli Legal) were recognized with Highly Regarded Leading Lawyer or Notable Practitioner ratings. Xiangyang Ge, Qinli Legal's international partner in Beijing, was named a Highly Regarded Leading Lawyer, having received the same recognition from 2013-2016 and in 2020.
The IFLR1000 is an annual guide that ranks law firms and legal professionals with expertise in financial and corporate law. The company has been producing legal market intelligence across 235 jurisdictions since 1990. It evaluates law firms and lawyers by practice area on the basis of transactional evidence and client feedback, with strict screening and in-depth research to ensure the credibility and influence of its rankings, and its reputation as a trusted reference for financial institutions and enterprises. The latest edition features submissions from more than 5,000 firms and is the most detailed analysis of law firms and practitioners IFLR has ever conducted.
Corporate practice is a core service of Qinli Legal. The firm is well-positioned and has a reputation for its high degree of proficiency, particularly in cross-border projects. It advises clients including large state-owned enterprises, large multinationals, listed companies, financial and investment institutions, providing a spectrum of services encompassing corporate law, M&A, finance, private equity, corporate governance, tax law, and commercial affairs. Qinli Legal's strengths are enhanced by the links and collaboration of its five offices in China. With these strengths, its ability to leverage the Deloitte Legal global network, and by exploring and enabling legal technology, Qinli Legal provides integrated, innovative services that help clients enhance their resilience in often volatile environments and differentiate themselves from the competition.
Senior International AdvisorHongkongpatyip@deloitte.com.hk
China - 15 September 2021