Maggie Huang Maggie Huang
Maggie Huang is an associate partner in the Banking and Capital Markets Department of Lee and Li, Attorneys-at-Law.
Ms. Huang's main practice areas are mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, banking, and corporate investment. She has assisted in the financing for Micron's acquisition of Inotera Memories, Inc., reverse triangular merger between CrownBio and JSR, share swap between Midas Investment and Microlife, Enterex' acquisition of AVA Group, Bank SinoPac's sale of its US banking subsidiary, private placement of certain listed companies such as TPK and ALEEES, Toyota's joint venture with Tailift group, the acquisition of Cosmos Bank by China Development Financial Holding Corp., and the business transfer by China Development Industrial Bank to KGI Bank.
Ms. Huang also advised several foreign companies for their IPOs in Taiwan, including CrownBio, Airmate, MStar, Casetek Holdings Limited and Sino Horizon Limited. She also assisted in the ADSs offering by ChipMOS Technologies Inc. due to its merger with ChipMOS Technologies (Bermuda) Ltd., and the GDRs offering by Inotera Memories, Inc., AU Optronics Corp., and China Steel Corporation.
- National Taiwan University (LL.M, 2008)
- National Taiwan University (LL.B., 2004)
Mergers and Acquisition Banking，Capital Market，Corporate & Securities，Foreign Investment
Taipei Bar Association (2009 - present)
Lee and Li (2008 - present)
Taipei Bar Association (2009)
- Mandarin, English
|2020年||Banking Regulation 2020：Taiwan Chapter
Chambers Global Practice Guide: Banking Regulation 2020
|2020年||Restructuring & Insolvency 2021 – Taiwan
Getting the Deal Through－Restructuring & Insolvency 2021
|2020年||The Banking Regulation Review - 11th Edition | Taiwan Chapter
The Banking Regulation Review - 11th Edition
|2020年||Regional Comparison of Data Privacy Laws – Taiwan
ASIA BUSINESS LAW JOURNAL Vol.4 Issue 4
|2019年||ESTABLISHING A BUSINESS ENTITY IN TAIWAN
ESTABLISHING A BUSINESS ENTITY: AN INTERNATIONAL GUIDE
|2019年||Interpretation No. 770 and protection for minority shareholders
ASIA BUSINESS LAW JOURNAL