Amanda Xi

Associate | Hong Kong

Amanda is an associate in the litigation and arbitration team.

Her practice covers a broad range of areas including commercial litigation, corporate compliance and regulatory matters. She has advised clients in relation to cross-border court proceedings, banking litigation, FCPA-related issues, bribery and corruption risks, and SFC investigations. She also served as a Judicial Assistant at the Court of Final Appeal, where she gained valuable insights into the appellate process through working with the CFA judges.

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Track record

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Advised a leading global financial institution in defending a High Court claim by a customer in relation to an alleged error trade, including advising on litigation strategy, settlement negotiations and dealing with various contested court applications.

Advised a high networth individual in cross-border proceedings in relation to a matrimonial dispute, including resisting injunctions and coordinating proceedings in Mainland China, Hong Kong and the BVI.

Advising a Hong Kong-listed company in defending High Court proceedings arising out of a dispute over share options worth over HK$2 billion.

Hong Kong, 2015

Co-author, Commentary on the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the UK Bribery Act: how they impact financial institutions in the Asia Pacific Region, 21 January 2015, Conventus Law

‘Ready for a fight: How to make your contractual clauses work for you’, Association of Corporate Counsel Hong Kong - 10 September 2019

Education


Languages


  • Cantonese
  • English
  • Mandarin

Dates


Joined

2019

Hong Kong

30/F United Centre,

95 Queensway

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