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CNPLaw LLP welcomes Ms Ge Xiaomeng and Ms Sharleen Eio to its partnership and grows to 21 partners


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The Partners: Ge Xiaomeng and Sharleen Eio.

CNPLaw LLP (“CNP”) is proud to announce that Ms Ge Xiaomeng and Ms Sharleen Eio have been appointed as partners of the firm effective 1 March 2021. These appointments bring the number of partners at CNP up to 21.

Xiaomeng’s practice encompasses corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, and general corporate advisory. She has experience in a range of corporate transactions across various sectors, and actively advises clients on fundraising exercises, acquisitions and disposals, public takeovers, initial public offerings, delistings, restructurings, and listing compliance. She is proficient in Chinese and has a keen interest in Chinese music.

Xiaomeng says, “I am extremely grateful to the firm and all my colleagues for the guidance and support. I hope I can be a role model for the junior lawyers and will continue to deliver my best in every transaction.”

Sharleen has experience in a wide spectrum of legal advisory and disputes work, with a focus on civil and corporate commercial litigation. She has advised and represented a number of international companies and high net-worth individuals in complex cross-border disputes. Her experience also includes regulatory and investigatory work and employment law. A firm believer in giving back to the community, Sharleen has also worked with the Humanitarian Organisation for Migration Economics to advise and represent migrant workers on a pro bono basis.

Sharleen says, “I am grateful for the opportunity afforded to me and I look forward to growing together with the firm.”

Commenting on the promotions, CNP’s managing partner, Ms Lisa Theng, said: “We are very pleased to welcome Xiaomeng and Sharleen to the partnership. Each of our new partners has demonstrated outstanding technical ability in their respective specialised areas of law, is dedicated and innovative with a personal approach to servicing our clients. The promotions highlight the firm’s diverse range of talent across practices and are in line with the firm’s direction for growth. We look forward to their continued contributions towards the growth of the firm.”

Update: Mr Stephen Soh is no longer with CNPLaw LLP. As of 9 April 2021, the firm has 20 Partners.


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