Guantao Law Firm

China

Address:
18/F, Tower B, Xinsheng Plaza
5 Finance Street, Xicheng District
Beijing, 100032
China

+86 10 6657 8066

+86 10 6657 8016


Key contacts:

Partner: Xu Ling
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Quick facts:

Managing Partner: Cui Liguo
Number of lawyers: 700+
Languages: Chinese Mandarin, English, French, Japanese


Guantao Law Firm, founded in 1994, is one of the pioneer law firms in China. Headquartered in Beijing, Guantao now has 18 offices in main cities at home and abroad. In Hong Kong, Guantao merged with Peter C. Wong, Chow & Chow and was localized as a Hong Kong law firm under the name of Guantao & Chow. In Sydney, Guantao combined with CS Lawyers and was localized as an Australian law firm. After more than two decades of hard work and dedication, Guantao is now recognized as one of the leading law firms in China.

Guantao has established strategic alliance with the UK-based international law firm Ashurst LLP. In February 2018, Guantao and Ashurst established a Joint Operation Office (JOO) in China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone. Through the strong relationship with Ashurst, Guantao aims to continue delivering service excellence and sharing resources and information for the benefit of its domestic and international clients.

  • Banking
  • Capital markets: Debt
  • Capital markets: Equity
  • Competition
  • Financial services regulatory
  • Investment funds
  • M&A
  • PPP/PFI
  • Private equity
  • Real estate finance
  • Restructuring and insolvency
  • Structured finance/securitisation

Capital markets
Cui Liguo
clg@guantao.com

  • Advising China National Nuclear Power Co., Ltd. (CNNP) on its public issuance of Convertible Corporate Bond

Real estate
Sheng Leiming
slm@guantao.com

  • Shanghai Tower Project

Banking
Lv Liqiu
llq@guantao.com

  • BOT project for 1,200MW coal-fired power plant located in Nam Dinh Province, Vietnam

M&A
Su Bo
subo@guantao.com

  • Advising China Reinsurance Group on its acquisition of 100% equity of Chaucer Insurance

  • Automotive
  • Banking
  • Construction and materials
  • Energy
  • Financial services
  • Government and public policy
  • Healthcare
  • Industrials
  • Investment management
  • Media
  • Mining
  • Natural resources
  • Oil and gas
  • Pharm and life sciences
  • Real estate
  • Shipping
  • Social infrastructure
  • Tech and telecoms
  • Tourism
  • Transport

  • Chengdu
  • Dalian
  • Guangzhou
  • Hangzhou
  • Hong Kong
  • Jinan
  • JOO
  • Nanjing
  • New York 
  • Shanghai
  • Shenzhen
  • Suzhou
  • Sydney
  • Tianjin
  • Toronto
  • Wuhan
  • Xiamen
  • Xi’an