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Ivan Ng

T: +852 2533 2840 Email Ivan | Vcard Office: Hong Kong

Awards

Restructuring and insolvency

Restructuring and insolvency

Dispute resolution

Dispute resolution

GRR 30 2019 – The World's Top 30 Law Firms for Cross-Border Insolvency and Restructuring

GRR 30 2019 – The World's Top 30 Law Firms for Cross-Border Insolvency and Restructuring

Ivan Ng Partner

Contact details

Ivan Ng

Ivan Ng
Partner

T: +852 2533 2840 Email Ivan | Vcard Office: Hong Kong

Ivan is a very experienced commercial litigator in Hong Kong, having practiced here for more than 25 years. 
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He specialises in shareholders disputes, contractual disputes, letters of credit disputes and insolvency matters. He has been involved in a number of large and complex commercial litigation, mostly have a PRC or other crossed border elements.

“A ‘safe pair of hands,’ ‘strong reputation’ and ‘he is a well-known name in the market’.”

Chambers Asia Pacific 2019

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  • Restructuring and insolvency
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Acting for shareholders and directors of a company in liquidation to defend an unfair preference claim.

Acting for a company caught by shareholders dispute in relation to a US$5 million inter-company loan.

Acting for an investor who invested approximately HK$100 million with a partner in an accountants firm after the partner has absconded from Hong Kong.

Acting for shareholders and directors of a private company which was wound up under s.228A, Companies Ordinance.

Acting for listed companies petitioned to be wound up by the SFC.

Acting for Trustees of a bankrupt in a HK$30 million claim under ss. 49 (transactions at undervalue) and 50 (unfair preference) of the Bankruptcy Ordinance.

Acting for a bank to petition for the winding up of a company, including attending creditors meeting to appoint liquidators of the company.

Acting for petitioner and member of credit committee in a bankruptcy of a debtor who absconded from Hong Kong.

More: Restructuring and insolvency

Acting for a PRC bank in prosecuting 2 claims under various letters of credit in Hong Kong in which negotiations were made but the relevant payments were stopped by a court order made in the PRC.

Acting for a PRC Bank in defending a claim for the difference between the amount of a letter of credit and the reduced amount agreed by the beneficiary with the supplier.

Advising a foreign bank in relation to various stop payment orders made by the PRC Courts in respect of letters of credit negotiated by the foreign bank.

Acting for a PRC bank in defending a claim of US$410 million and various discoveries made against it.

Acting for syndicated banks in the winding up of a BVI company with assets in PRC where the loan exceeded US$70 million.

Defending a claim of US$9 million brought against a PRC bank under a guarantee.

Acting for a HK Bank in two actions brought in HK over certain letters of credit issued by 2 PRC banks in respect of which stop payment orders were made by the People’s Court in the PRC.

Advising an overseas bank operating in HK and in China over a claim for loss in foreign exchange due to a fall in RMB.

Advising another overseas bank operating in HK over a dispute on a letter of credit regarding an alleged confirmation made by the bank.

Advising an overseas bank operating in HK and in China on certain anti-money laundering issues in a loan to be granted to a HK listed company.

More: Corporate

Awards

Restructuring and insolvency

Restructuring and insolvency

Dispute resolution

Dispute resolution

GRR 30 2019 – The World's Top 30 Law Firms for Cross-Border Insolvency and Restructuring

GRR 30 2019 – The World's Top 30 Law Firms for Cross-Border Insolvency and Restructuring

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