Tim Fletcher

Tim Fletcher

Partner, Hong Kong

Email tim.fletcher@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +852 2840 5011

Fax +852 2219 0222

LanguagesEnglish

Practice groupCorporate

Tim Fletcher is head of the Hong Kong corporate practice and a partner of Hogan Lovells in Hong Kong. Tim has over 24 years' experience based in the Asian markets and has acted on some of the region's most high profile and ground breaking deals. He is a corporate lawyer who enjoys a wide practice, embracing global and regional clients. He relishes in providing a practical, commercial and proactive response to clients' diverse needs against the fast changing local and international landscape.

Tim's major areas of practice are: financial services, where Tim leads a dedicated team of lawyers advising funds and insurance clients, intermediaries and advisers on both regulatory and transactional matters; M&A, including public company takeovers and private transactions for corporates and institutions; and securities, including primary and secondary market transactions for sponsors, issuers and sophisticated investors such as hedge funds.

Awards and recognitions

2009-2015

Chambers Asia Pacific, Leading Individual in Corporate/M&A

2009-2015

Chambers Global, Leading Individual in Corporate/M&A

2005-2015

Leading Individual in Corporate/ M&A
PLC Which Lawyer?

2010-2015

Leading Individual in Insurance
PLC Which Lawyer?

Education and admissions

Education

LL.B, with honors, The University of Nottingham, 1983

Representative experience

Advising Prudential on US$21bn transfer of life and general insurance businesses in Hong Kong to new locally incorporated insurers.

Advising Aviva plc. in relation to the set-up of a life insurance joint venture with leading Vietnam local bank Vietinbank.

Advising Actavis on the acquisition of Silom Medical Company Limited, a leading Thai drug manufacturer.

Advising Emerald Plantation Group Limited on its general offer for Greenheart Group Limited, a forestry company.

Advising Publishing and Broadcasting on its gaming joint venture with Melco Development and US$900m acquisition of Macau Casino, sub-concession from Wynn Resorts.

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