Appleby’s Judy Lee wins offshore award at third Asia Women in Business Law Awards
Judy Lee, a parter at Appleby, has won the offshore practice area individual award at the third annual Asia Women in Business Law Awards, held on 20 November 2013 in Hong Kong.
The awards, held by Euromoney Legal Media Group, recognised leading female business practitioners across 14 legal practice areas, as well as those domestic and international firms dedicated to the advancement of women in the legal profession.
Lee has more than 20 years’ offshore and onshore experience in IPOs on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and the Singapore Stock Exchange, as well as mergers and acquisitions, private equity investments and other corporate finance transactions.
She also has extensive experience in the structuring and setup of Cayman investment funds in the Asian region and in advising listed clients on Bermuda and Cayman court-sanctioned shareholders privatisation schemes of arrangement.
This content was originally sourced from the Appleby website.
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