Jiaming started her antitrust career in Brussels with another major international firm and subsequently joined Hogan Lovells Brussels office. Through more than two years on-the-ground training, Jiaming has gained a wide range of EU competition law experiences: from multi-jurisdictional merger to high-profile investigation, from complex competition counselling to litigation before the European Court of Justice.
After relocation to Beijing, Jiaming uses her trained skills in assisting clients with antitrust matters in China. Having been studying and working abroad for years, Jiaming has developed good working skills with international clients. She is open-minded and culturally sensitive, and is able to communicate in the right language.
As an alumna of the College of Europe in Bruges, the "cradle of political elites of Europe", Jiaming is active in the European and international business and diplomacy community. Jiaming is also passionate with pro bono work - she is the Citizenship co-representative of Hogan Lovells Beijing office.
Areas of Focus
As the client facing contact in driving the MOFCOM filing from start to clearance for a transaction involving one of the world largest chemical companies.
Carry multi-jurisdictional analysis for several cross-border transactions study and analyse the merger filing thresholds for over 30 jurisdictions
Assist a major financial institution in a European Commission investigation for nearly two years The proceeding was eventually closed due to insufficient evidence
Assist a large multinational in a restrictive agreements investigation in China.
Conduct interviews and design the Grater China competition compliance program for a large Japanese multinational.
Regularly analyse antitrust obligations for companies from various sectors, including automobile, pharmaceutical, chemical, shipping, telecom, finance and trading, etc.