Expert resume of Rollin Chan
Consultant, Nixon Peabody CWL (Hong Kong); former Head of Legal, Deutsche Bank (China); Member, PBOC NAFMII Legal Committee; Member, Panel of Arbitrators for: Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC); Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC); China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission International Arbitration Centre(CIETAC); Beijing International Arbitration Center (BIAC); Shanghai International Arbitration Center (SHIAC) and Shenzhen International Arbitration Center (SCIA)
Rollin Chan is a consultant at Nixon Peabody CWL in Hong Kong. Rollin was previously the Head of Legal for Deutsche Bank (China). He was involved in drafting the People’s Bank of China (PBOC)/National Association of Financial Market Institutional Investors (NAFMII) derivatives master documentation and the Bonds Repo master agreement for the China interbank market. His practice includes both corporate transactions and arbitrations.
Rollin works with clients on cross-border investments, securities and debt financings of all forms (loans, bonds, repos and securitizations), including OTC derivatives and structured finance in Asia (particularly China).
He is currently a member of the NAFMII Legal Committee and am on the Panel of Arbitrators for HKIAC, CIETAC, SIAC, BIAC, SHIAC and SCIA. He has been appointed as sole arbitrator, party appointed arbitrator and presiding arbitrator in disputes concerning cross-border investments, international sale of goods and machinery, leasing and management contracts, project development and loans, structured financing and complex financial products.
With the rapid growth of wealth in Asia (particularly in China), he sees an increasing demand for cross-border management and global diversification of risks and investments for both corporate and private clients. Lawyers with diverse experiences and fluent in multiple languages can offer innovative and effective solutions (including family trust) to the opportunities and challenges abundant in this vibrant part of the world.
Mr. Chan was born in Shanghai and educated in China and UK. He is a qualified solicitor in England and Hong Kong and speaks English and Chinese (Mandarin, Cantonese and Shanghainese). For over 25 years, Mr. Chan has been focusing on the Greater China transactions and matters and is familiar with the Chinese laws and issues.