rovides legal services for Chinese enterprises to "go out", carry out offshore investments, and cross-border mergers and acquisitions. It has wide and close cooperation with approximately 100 offshore law firms and has rich experience in the provision of legal services for the Chinese enterprises in respect of offshore investments, cross-border mergers and acquisitions, especially in respect of overseas investment, international trade, foreign exchange, trade tax preference, intellectual property protection, etc.. Tian Yuan attorneys are able to accurately understand the domestic and international clients' project intentions in cross-border investment, merger and acquisition, and provide the best legal solutions for them to achieve their business objectives.
The cross-border investment, merger and acquisition projects handled by Tian Yuan involve high technology, food, medicine, education, media, chemical, infrastructure, energy and mining and other industries, in the main developed countries in the world and the countries along "the Belt and Road" line, including USA, UK, Canada, Australia, Holland, Germany, Russia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.
Advised on Lenovo’s acquisition of IBM’s global PC business；as a result, Tian Yuan has become the first Chinese law firm participating in the major international acquisition business of the Chinese enterprises.
Advised on Bright Food Group’s acquisition of shares of WEETABIX, which is the largest offshore merger and acquisition project in the food industry of China.
Advised on China Three Gorges Corporation’s acquisition of EDP (Energias de Portugal), which is the first case that the Chinese state-owned enterprise acquires the first largest shares in an international listed company via ICB.
Advised on BlueFocus Group’s acquisition of shares in We Are Very Social, a global social media group of UK
Advised on Hainan State Farms and Hainan Rubber Group’s acquisition of shares of Singapore R1, the global largest rubber trader
Advised on CECEP Wind Power and Goldwind jointly develop the White Rock wind farm in Australia, this is one example of the Chinese enterprises to invest and develop green field projects via acquisition of shares.
Advised on HQCEC, the subsidiary of PetroChina’s oil refinery financing project
Advised on China Minmetals Corporation’s acquisition of Gerdau Acominas of Brazil
Advised on China Three Gorges Group’s Carlot Hydropower BOOT project in Pakistan, this is the first project implemented under the "the Belt and Road" Initiative and invested by the Silk Road Fund.