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Jane Jiang

Partner

Shanghai

Jiang Jane
Jane Jiang

Partner

Shanghai

Jane has extensive experience across international arbitration, litigation, debt restructurings and recovery, and disputes concerning financial products and regulatory investigations. Jane is well versed in the legal, regulatory and commercial environment in China and the general regulatory environment relevant to Chinese financial institutions and corporates around the world.

Jane’s sensitivity to the culture differences relevant to cross-border business transactions involving Chinese parties makes her a unique asset in the resolution of disputes with a Chinese nexus. Jane is qualified in England and Wales and has worked in A&O’s London, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing offices.

Jane is recommended for Financial Services: Contentious Regulatory in China by Chambers Asia-Pacific 2020, which notes that “Jane is well versed in investigations and cross-border litigation. A client reveals: ‘Jane's knowledge combined with her litigation experience is really quite impressive.’”

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Office

Shanghai

15F, Phase II, Shanghai IFC, 8 Century Avenue, Pudong
Shanghai
200120

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted as solicitor, England and Wales, 2002

Qualified in China (non-practising), 2021

Academic

Diploma in Legal Practice (LPC), BPP Law School, UK 1999 – 2000

Diploma in Law (CPE), BPP Law School, UK 1998 – 1999

LL.M., Maritime Law, Southampton University, UK 1997 – 1998

B.A., International Finance, International Business College, Shanghai University 1993 – 1996