Watson Farley & Williams LLP (“WFW”) is delighted to announce the move of its Hong Kong office to Jardine House, located in the prestigious Central district of the city.
WFW‘s new Hong Kong office is significantly larger than its previous premises at Pacific Place, Admiralty, and is in the heart of Hong Kong. The new office, which has been renovated to ensure a modern decor and can accommodate 50+ lawyers, will support the firm’s growth in Hong Kong and help boost its presence both in the city and in China generally.
WFW Hong Kong Head Madeline Leong commented: “Our move to bigger premises in Jardine House is a reflection of the success of our Hong Kong office as we continue to increase our headcount, North Asian client base and market share of legal work in the corporate, finance and energy sectors. We have also established a dispute resolution practice in this office, further expanding the service lines we offer our clients in Hong Kong. We are very excited by the implementation of this key step in our further expansion”.
WFW Managing Partner, Chris Lowe added: “The move reflects the firm’s continued investment in Asia and our commitment to providing outstanding services to clients. We are excited to do business and service our clients from this new location.”