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Band 2ChinaFinTech 2022 View ranking table
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What the team is known for

DaHui Lawyers has developed an impressive practice advising clients employing innovative technologies. The firm’s lawyers have advised on the regulatory grey zones surrounding distributed ledger technologies, peer-to-peer lending platforms and artificial intelligence. DaHui Lawyers is trusted by premier investment banks, maturing Chinese startups, and national and international technology enterprises to interpret China’s ever-changing financial regulatory environment.

Work highlights

Assisted Warburg Pincus in structuring its adoption of a global cloud network, including compliance with PRC regulatory requirements applicable to financial data.

Notable practitioners

Richard Ma is a key contact.

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DaHui brings together all the key elements for providing comprehensive, practical legal advice and representation to businesses in China’s FinTech market.

Our FinTech department has deep experience handling some of the most cutting-edge matters at the intersection of technology, law and finance. We provide effective and solution-oriented services tailored to diversified FinTech business needs, such as navigating China’s rigid payment license regime, blockchain and cryptocurrency matters, etc. In fact, DaHui has advised some of the first international companies seeking third-party payment (TPP) licenses in China, and the firm’s payments practice extends beyond traditional companies in the technology sector, opening up various online sales and e-commerce solutions to enterprises of all shapes and sizes. Furthermore, our frequent exposure to major PRC regulators, through client work and special projects, helps us remain up to date on the latest policy changes and quickly resolve issues arising in clients’ business operations.

Thanks to a clientele that includes not only most of China’s FinTech conglomerates but also start-up and other lending platforms, payment companies, financial services providers, insurtech, etc. and their private equity and venture capital investors and other backers, DaHui runs the gamut of FinTech in China and beyond.

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