Huiyi Song
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Professionals Huiyi Song

Work experience

Ms. Song began her legal career in 2014, first in the legal department of General Electric (GE) and then with Clifford Chance LLP and Zhong Lun Law Firm.  After joining Han Kun Law Offices in 2016, Ms. Song has been involved in a large number of private equity investments, overseas listings, mergers and acquisitions, and restructurings, among other matters.  She has a full understanding and extensive practice experience in various types of commercial transaction structures and is committed to assisting her clients to achieve their transaction objectives based on compliance, efficiency, and security.

In light of the growing demand for legal services in the field of private wealth management, Ms. Song has in recent years focused on comprehensive wealth planning, family governance, family disputes, and dispute resolution cases for high-net-worth individuals and their families, including entrepreneurs and start-ups and investors. In the field of wealth planning, Ms. Song is well-versed in different types of wealth management tools and systems, and she has set up hundreds of domestic and foreign family trusts, family funds, family offices, etc., and assisted clients in handling ESG investments, charitable donations, cross-border art investments, and other derivative businesses.

In the area of family affairs and dispute resolution, Ms. Song has also provided legal support to clients in a huge number of matrimonial and inheritance cases, including the preparation of prenuptial/nuptial agreements and wills on behalf of clients, assisting in the investigation and negotiation of the cases, and even entering into litigation. Ms. Song excels at combining the needs of the disputing parties to propose creative solutions, and she has achieved satisfactory results on behalf of her clients in many complex cases involving foreign countries (e.g., Singapore, Canada, the U.S., etc.), Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, and listed companies.

In the past three years, Ms. Song has written more than ten articles related to matrimonial and family matters, trusts, charities, wealth management, identity planning and other wealth management related professional articles, and has served as a permanent legal advisor to several charitable organizations and university foundations, as well as a monitor for several charitable trusts.

Educational background

Ms. Song graduated with an LL.B. from China University of Political Science and Law in 2012, and then obtained her LL.M. from Shanghai Jiaotong University Law School in 2015.

Practice qualification

Member of the PRC Bar

Working language

Han Kun
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