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Yingmao Tang

Yingmao Tang

Peking University Law School
Associate Professor
Beijing, , CHN


Yingmao TANG is an associate professor at Peking University Law School and Deputy Director of Peking University Nuclear Policy and Law Center. Prior to joining the faculty of Peking University Law School in 2009, Professor TANG was a practicing lawyer with Sullivan & Cromwell LLP and an in-house counsel for China International Capital Corporation. Professor TANG also provides counseling to a number of PRC firms including King & Wood Mallesons where he has been involved in cross-board capital market and M&A projects.  

Professor TANG's research areas include cross-boarder finance transactions and regulations, cross-boarder mergers & acquisitions and the Chinese judicial system. Prof. Tang has been involved in the research of nuclear law and policy in China since 2009. Professor TANG published a number of books in Chinese, including, The Challenges of Enforcing Court Judgments in China (2009), Guidebook for Chinese Enterprises Planning IPOs in the United States (2010), and Electronic Money and Law (2002).

Professor TANG received his bachelor's degree in law and master's degree in law from Peking University Law School in 1997 and 1999, and his master's degree in law and doctor's degree in law (J.S.D) from Yale Law School in 1999 and 2004.

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