Linklaters eyes Hong Kong real estate opportunities

The law firm looks to build property practice with two new hires.

International law firm Linklaters has a new head of real estate in Hong Kong. Christopher Stonehill arrives from the firm's London practice to spearhead the development of the Hong Kong property practice and offer clients more innovative solutions to real estate-related issues. Commercial property securitization could be one market that may flourish as a result.

In addition to Stonehill, Winnie Li joins Linklaters from Allen Overy, where she advised Hong Kong corporates on their real estate activity. Prior to that, she had a similar role with Johnson Stokes Masters.

Nick Rees, managing partner of the Hong Kong office believes the additions will provide a major boost to both the domestic and international business coming out...

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