Hong Kong notaries public and China-appointed attesting officers are important to businesses with interests in both jurisdictions. In this episode, Anthony Chan, partner at M.B. KEMP LLP explores the role of notaries’ public and attest officers in Hong Kong and China, as well as their importance in cross-border transactions. We’ll also look at some examples of when having a notary public or an attesting officer can be useful. Finally, we’ll explore the process for appointing a Hong Kong notary public or China-appointed attest officer.
M.B. KEMP LLP
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Anthony Chan – Partner, M.B. KEMP LLP
Anthony is a corporate commercial lawyer who focuses on corporate finance, capital markets, debt financing and M&A transactions.
He was admitted as a solicitor in Hong Kong, as a lawyer in the People’s Republic of China, as an attorney in California, USA, and as a solicitor (non-practising) in English and Wales. Anthony is a China-Appointed Attesting Officer and Notary Public in Hong Kong and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He speaks fluent English, Mandarin and Cantonese.