Hengka (Henry) Ji is Senior Attorney for Zhong Lun's Beijing Office, dually qualified in the PRC and New York State, USA. Prior to re-joining Zhong Lun in 2018, Henry worked for a big four firm and leading international law firm for 5 years. Henry has been practicing corporate M&A, tax and non-profit law for 8 years.
Henry advises a number of multi-national companies and investment funds on their inbound and outbound M&A and investment. Henry also focuses on international tax and transaction tax and advises on a variety of cutting-edge tax matters, including as they relate to global asset protection scheme for UHNWI, tax planning and compliance, tax-efficient structuring, and tax dispute resolution.
Beyond that, Henry contributes substantial efforts on non-profit practice. He is a leading pioneer lawyer in non-profit sector and has advised numerous international and local NGOs and charitable foundations, and social enterprises on a full range of legal issues, advising the legal implications under China non-profit law, handling transactions and day-to-day operation for these entities and representing them in governance, due diligence, litigation and internal compliance investigation.
Henry delivered speeches on international tax law and charity law regularly to young students at top Chinese universities, including Fudan University and Remin University. He is co-author of many professional articles published on leading international media and think tanks, including China Going Global Think Tank, China Law & Practice, CCH, Bloomberg, Asia Tax Journal, Christian Science Monitor and Tax Management International Forum and his recent article "Tax Planning Essentials for Outbound Investment by Chinese Enterprises (By-country Report)", has been selected for use in textbook by NDRC to train the government officials and executives of large Chinese companies.
27 Jun 2019
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