Oct 3, 2022

DaHui Ranked Among Top PRC M&A Law Firms by ALB for 9th Consecutive Year

This year, DaHui continues to rank among the top PRC firms for mergers and acquisitions, according to Asian Legal Business (ALB). This is the ninth consecutive year of DaHui’s inclusion in ALB’s list of top M&A firms.

ALB offers unbiased and authoritative insights on developments in the legal services industry throughout the Asia-Pacific region and the Middle East. Its rankings are premised upon metrics including deal volume, size and complexity as well as each firm’s new and existing clients, key hires and growth, marketplace visibility and domestic and international presence. ALB identified and ranked the top PRC law firms for mergers and acquisitions on the basis of both M&A data from Thomson Reuters and input from market players, law firms and ALB’s editors.

As ALB notes, the law firms in its ranking have participated in major and complex domestic and cross-border M&A deals over the preceding twelve months, and DaHui has no small share of both kinds of deals. While DaHui advises on numerous domestic mergers and acquisitions, it focuses on and excels in cross-border deals, particularly involving multinational and other large international companies entering, expanding in or exiting the China market. The firm brings to bear expertise and experience not only in straightforward M&A law and practice, but also in foreign-investment and forex restrictions, anti-trust, corporate governance, capital market requirements and planning, intellectual property, cybersecurity and other regulatory compliance, and tax.

Every year, DaHui is ranked among the top PRC M&A law firms by Chambers and Partners, Legal 500 and other industry media as well as ALB.

DaHui M&A Ranking in Asian Legal Business

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