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Robin Chang Robin Chang

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Mr. Chang advises major international commercial banks and investment banks on their operations in Taiwan. He successfully assisted the listing of three Singapore companies, Redwood, JP Nelson and Kee Song, through their Cayman Islands holding companies, in GreTai Securities Market in Taiwan. He advised S.A.C. in its syndication financing for acquisition of Cosmos Bank in Taiwan. He also advised some local banks for their customers' investments in structured notes issued by Lehman Brothers entities. He assisted Credit Suisse in establishment of its Taipei Bank Branch. Mr. Chang represented The Royal Bank of Scotland ("RBS") in the sale of Taiwan branches of ABN AMRO Bank N.V. to Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited ("ANZ"). He also involved in many M&A transactions of financial institutions, including Temasek's 15% investments in E. Sun Financial Holdings Company and Chinatrust Financial Holding Company's acquisition of Grand Commercial Bank in Taiwan.

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專業領域

Banking and Finance: Project Financing, Financial Consumer Protection; Capital Markets; Mergers and Acquisitions: Financial Institutions, Non-Financial Institutions; Personal Data Protection; Competition Laws

經歷

Member of Taipei Bar Association, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C. Assistant Officer, Bureau of Monetary Affairs, Ministry of Finance R.O.C. Assistant Manager, Central Bureau of Trust, Taipei Branch R.O.C.

資格

Admitted to Taiwan Bar Association (1997)

語言

2020年 Global Legal Insights - Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Regulation 2021|Taiwan
Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Regulation 2021 (Third Edition)
2020年 Global Legal Insights - Fintech 2020
Fintech 2020 (Second Edition)
2020年 AI, Machine Learning & Big Data 2020|Taiwan
AI, Machine Learning & Big Data 2020
2019年 Global Legal Insights to: Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Regulation 2020:Taiwan Chapter
Global Legal Insights to: Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Regulation 2020
2019年 AI, Machine Learning & Big Data 2019 (First Edition)
Global Legal Insights to: AI, Machine Learning & Big Data 2019:Taiwan Chapter

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