Loeb & Loeb LLP announced today that Rose Zhu has joined the firm’s Hong Kong office as a partner. Zhu focuses her practice on capital markets, mergers and acquisitions and financing transactions.
“Bringing in an accomplished and experienced lawyer like Rose allows us to further strengthen the depth and breadth of our cross-border team and to add to the existing talent in our Hong Kong office,” said Mitchell S. Nussbaum, vice chair of Loeb & Loeb and co-chair of the firm’s global Capital Markets and Corporate Practice.
Zhu focuses on cross-border corporate and financing transactions. She advises both underwriters and issuers in debt and equity offerings as well as public offerings on U.S. and Hong Kong exchanges. She also advises clients on inbound and outbound M&A and private equity transactions. In addition, Zhu advises clients in lending transactions, with an emphasis on leveraged finance, secured, asset-based and syndicated transactions, including multi-tranche facilities, mezzanine debts, bridge loans and swing-line loans. Zhu has led a number of ground-breaking, precedent-setting transactions.
“Her broad expertise is a great complement for us,” said Lawrence Venick, managing partner of Loeb & Loeb’s Hong Kong and Beijing offices. “We are excited to welcome her to our team.”
“Loeb & Loeb has a vibrant practice in Hong Kong with an impressive and growing client base across Asia and globally,” said Zhu. “I look forward to joining this talented team of attorneys.”
Zhu earned her J.D., with honors, from Stanford Law School, where she was the managing editor of the Stanford Journal of International Law as well as the lead editor of the Stanford Journal of Law, Business & Finance. She earned her M.A. from Duquesne University and LL.B, with honors, from Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
Loeb & Loeb’s Corporate lawyers deliver strategic counsel and innovative solutions to help clients overcome obstacles and achieve their goals in an evolving business landscape. Loeb’s Corporate team advises a diverse array of clients, from emerging growth companies to large, blue-chip corporations, both public and private, as well as private equity and venture funds, high net worth individuals, and family offices. Loeb’s cross-border corporate experience is vast and runs particularly deep across the globe, where clients benefit from seamless, multijurisdictional transaction structuring and implementation.