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Ming He Tan



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Ming He Tan



Ming advises investment funds, financial institutions and large corporates on sustainability compliance and governance matters. These include, amongst others, disclosure and reporting requirements, financial and trade sanctions, anti-bribery and anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, environmental licensing and permitting, modern slavery and supply chain-related issues.

Prior to joining the firm’s Environment, Climate and Regulatory Law Group, Ming was seconded to the firm’s Business Acceptance Unit, where his work involved advising on the practical implementation of ABAC, AML and sanctions regulations in connection with client onboarding and regular screening. His work involved a particular focus on due diligence of entities incorporated, and individuals located or resident, in high-risk jurisdictions from an ABAC, AML and sanctions compliance perspective.

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Admitted as a Solicitor (England and Wales), 2023


LPC LLM, BPP Law School, 2021 (Distinction)

BA (Hons) Law, University of Cambridge, 2020 (Double First Class Honours)

Pro bono

  • Advising a Ukrainian national, currently residing in the UK, on his application for an OFSI licence to access frozen funds
  • Advising the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping on the development of a Maritime Book & Claim system
  • Advising the Rocky Mountain Institute on various matters relating to the Sustainable STEEL Principles