Ms. Rendy Ng
Rendy Ng qualified as a lawyer in Hong Kong SAR in 2009. She received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto and the Bachelor of Laws with Honours from the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom. Upon return to Hong Kong, she completed her Postgraduate Certificate in Laws Certificate followed by the Masters of Law (Corporate and Financial Law) at the University of Hong Kong. She has recently completed the Executive Master of Business Administration program at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Ms. Ng is one of the awardees of the Hong Kong Elite and Professional Ladies Award in 2013.
Ms. Ng was a corporate and commercial lawyer at Baker & McKenzie (Hong Kong and London), assisting with general commercial advisory, listing and compliance of real estate investment funds, establishment of private equity, investment funds and trusts, mergers and acquisitions, SFC and HKMA investigations. She later joined Bee’s International Group as their legal counsel, handling legal issues in employment, licensing, intellectual property, litigation and investment.
- Dual listing of Fortune REIT in Hong Kong and in Singapore
- Acquisition of Vicwood Plaza (the current Infinitus Plaza) by Lee Kum Kee
- Handling of investigation inquiries from HKMA and SFC for Fubon Bank
- Legal protective agreements for Samsung HUB product launch
- Regulatory and compliance work for Hong Kong listed China companies
- Commercial litigation, general commercial advisory and corporate work
• auditing and assurance services and auditing corporate governance attorney, code of corporate governance, bank compliance, banking law and regulations • sfc / sec compliance advisor, compliance analyst, compliance audit, compliance officer advisory, corporate compliance, fund compliance, investment compliance, legal compliance, disciplinary proceedings, convertible bond arbitrage • financial conduct authority services regulators, insurance regulations, insider dealing law, insider trading law, insider trading policy, regulations and rules • insurance disputes, market manipulation and market misconduct law, stock manipulation, price manipulation proceedings, regulatory capital arbitrage, responsible officer sfc, sec insider trading and securities litigation, sfc compliance investigation