Calvert has more than 14 years of employment history with extensive corporate and commercial law experience in the Asia Pacific and in particular in China.
She was previously legal director for Rio Tinto China/Asia for four years. Prior to that, she was a senior private practice lawyer at international firms Weil, Gotshal & Manges and Sidley Austin in Asia and Freehills in Australia. Her experience includes M&A, JV, private equity, mining and capital markets transactions, as well as broad in-house commercial law experience.
Calvert was also an adviser at the Australian government treasury on FTA negotiations with ASEAN countries, including China and competition law policies and reforms. She also served on the board of the Australia China Business Council Victoria Division in 2008–09.
Calvert is a native speaker and writer of English, Mandarin and Shanghainese.
- Banking and Finance
- Corporate and Commercial
- Investment Funds
- Listing Services
- Private Client and Trusts
- Structured Finance
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