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Jeremy Cunningham

Jeremy is a corporate transactional lawyer focussed on delivering commercial solutions to clients.

Jeremy represents private equity funds, corporations, financial institutions, insurance companies and investor groups and management teams on a variety of transactional matters.

His focus is on M&A and disposals, private equity and venture capital investment. Jeremy has wide ranging experience of cross border M&A and private equity transactions across Asia, Europe and the US, with particular expertise in the media and technology, real estate, financial services, energy and insurance sectors.

Jeremy is qualified in both Hong Kong and England and Wales.

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T: +44 20 3060 6041 (London)
T: +852 9619 8185 (Hong Kong)


Relevant work

Advised Redwood Investment Company on an all stock merger with e-Shang Cayman Ltd, a warehousing and logistics group. Upon completion the combined group was renamed e-Shang Redwood and represents one of the largest logistics platforms in Asia with over 3.5m square metres of projects owned or under management across China, Japan and South Korea and capital and fund management offices in Hong Kong and Singapore.

Advised Warner Music on the US$40m acquisition of the Gold Typhoon group which owns and operates a music catalogue and recording artists business in the PRC, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

Advised Dah Chong Hong on its US$350m acquisition of Li&Fung's consumer and healthcare business in the PRC, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines & Indonesia.

Advised Unilever on the global outsourcing of its enterprise computing services and client services to Hewlett-Packard across the Americas, Asia, the Middle East, Africa and other parts of Unilever's global functions.

Represented the private equity arm of Templeton Asset Management in relation to its Series C preferred equity investment in a Vietnamese restaurant chain operator. 

Represented a Korean power developer on the acquisition of an equity interest in two 50MW wind power generation assets in Pakistan through a competitive auction process.

Deals above were advised by Jeremy at his previous firm.