Office Managing Partner
Jun Wei regularly assists multinational companies and financial institutions with best structuring their proposed investments and operations in China to achieve economic objectives. She is the rain maker and plays an important role in a wide array of cross-border mergers and acquisitions, financings and infrastructure development. Jun has a wealth of experience in corporate and commercial law, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, and project financing.
Before Jun started with her private practice, Jun previously served on the Legislative Affairs Commission of the Chinese National People's Congress for several years. She was a key member in the drafting and interpretation of many important Chinese business and investment laws while she was with the Legislative Affairs Commission of the Chinese National People's Congress. She was elected as one of the 2015 ALB China Top 15 Female Lawyers in China, by Asian Legal Business.
Wei Jun is recognised for her broad practice which includes projects finance, and is further noted for her experience in working on the financing for projects in Latin America.
Clients appreciate Wei Jun accessibility: 'She is available whenever you need her.'
Areas of Focus
Advising Unisplendour Corporation on its agreed U.S.$3.8bn investment in Western Digital Corporation, one of the largest computer hard disk drive manufacturers in the world.
Advising IBM on the U.S.$2.3bn disposal of its x86 server business to laptop-maker Lenovo in one of the largest technology deals in China’s history
Advising LabCorp on the acquisition of Covance Inc. for U.S.$6.1bn in cash and stock.
Advising Ford Motor on the U.S.$1.8bn divestiture of Sweden-based manufacturer Volvo Cars to China-based Geely - ALB China M&A Deal of the Year.
Advising KPP Trustees Ltd., on the implementation and completion of a comprehensive settlement of its claims against Eastman Kodak Company in connection with Kodak's bankruptcy.
Advising Corning in a wide range of mergers and acquisitions, direct investments, and divestiture transactions in China for more than one decade.
Advising HNA Group on its €234m acquisition of a 20% stake in Spanish hotel chain NH Hoteles.
Advising a subsidiary of China National Petroleum Corporation on the approximate US$9bn project financing by China Development Bank of gas pipeline projects.
Advising PetroChina on the bond financing of the U.S.$ 1.4bn acquisition of the majority of shares in a Kazakh oil company.