Hogan Lovells continues global BRI push, adding a significant hire to create a strong pan-Asia Pacific practice

Singapore, 5 October 2020 – Hogan Lovells is pleased to announce that Nick Williams will be joining as a partner in the firm's Business Restructuring practice, based in the Singapore office.

Nick is a leading figure in Singapore’s cross-border restructuring and insolvency market and represents banks, financial institutions, hedge funds, private equity investors, insolvency accounting firms and corporate creditors and debtors. He also has extensive experience in investigations, commercial disputes & international arbitration.

Commenting on the hire, David Gibbons, Global Head of Hogan Lovells Corporate & Finance Practice Group, said:

"Nick’s experience adds additional depth to our strong restructuring team in the Asia-Pacific region and our clients will benefit from his experience of working on complex restructuring and insolvency matters. In recent years, we have successfully bought in high calibre BRI talent in the US, Hong Kong and Paris, and we fully expect to continue to grow the practice in Asia and beyond."

Nick Williams commented: “I am excited to join Hogan Lovells and add my experience to such a distinguished team in Asia and globally. I have long been impressed by the firm’s collaborative culture and global platform which I know will greatly benefit my clients.”

Hogan Lovells in Southeast Asia

For over two decades, Hogan Lovells has advised clients in Southeast Asia, tracking the region's development to become one of the largest and most influential collective economies in the world.

The Singapore office is our hub for Southeast Asia, working closely with Hogan Lovells offices in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, and Jakarta* to provide our clients with both local and international advice on a variety of legal matters. We work as one integrated team that delivers a seamless service to our clients. Collectively we pride ourselves on our integrated relationships with the region's leading local law firms, financial institutions, intermediaries and government agencies.

In other parts of Southeast Asia where we do not have an office, we have established close working relationships with major leading local law firms, and we are accustomed to managing and working closely with local counsel. We advise on a wide range of contentious and non-contentious matters across major practice areas.

* Associated office


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