Joanna (Ying) Jiang works with investment companies and advisers, trust fund managers, brokers, hedge funds, and private equity funds in a variety of investment management matters. Joanna regularly advises clients on federal regulatory and compliance matters (in particular, the Investment Company Act of 1940 and the Investment Advisers Act of 1940), fund formation and operation, a full range of mutual fund distribution arrangements, mergers and acquisitions, and all issues associated with the organization and operation of investment advisers, including entity organization, taxation, employment matters, trademark and other IP issues, and acquisitions and other corporate transactions. Joanna advises the independent directors and trustees of mutual funds on their fiduciary and other duties, helps negotiate changes to proposed transactions that improve prospects for approval under the appropriate fairness tests, conducts and documents necessary interviews, and assists in engaging valuation, accounting, investment banking, and other experts as necessary.
Joanna's experience extends into advising multinational companies on international taxation, cross-border transactions, and both inbound and outbound investments in Asia. She has extensive experience representing Asia- and Greater China-based companies conducting business in the United States, including market access, direct investments, public and private funds, capital markets, technology transfers, and regulatory matters.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Joanna (Ying) Jiang