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Qian Hu


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  • University of Paris II, Panthéon-Assas (Master's in Banking and Financial Law 2004); Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po) (Diploma 2003); Foreign Affairs College of Beijing (Diploma 2001)

Bar Admissions

  • Paris

Qian Hu advises financial institutions, investment funds, and corporations on the regulatory and transactional aspects of complex OTC derivatives, structured repos, securities lending transactions, and investment products. She has strong experience in equity derivatives, including strategic acquisition, disinvestment, hedging, share buyback transactions, portage, shareholding financing or refinancing, as well as equity-linked securities. She is also active in structured credit derivatives and synthetic securitization.

Qian has acquired significant experience advising institutional clients on the new financial regulatory environment in Europe, including IBOR transition, bank resolution, and Brexit-related issues. She is experienced in reporting, clearing, margining, and capital treatment of derivative products and reorganization of credit institutions and in market abuse regulations and securities law issues.

Before joining Jones Day, Qian practiced in the Paris, London, and Beijing offices of a major French law firm. During her time in Beijing she advised numerous French clients in their negotiations with Chinese authorities (MOFCOM, SAIC, SAFE, PBOC, etc.). In addition she assisted several French clients in the creation of JVs and in handling prelitigation matters with Chinese partners.

Honors & Distinctions

  • Ranked for derivatives in Chambers Global and Chambers Europe (2015-2019): "she has a creative approach" (Chambers Global)

    Listed among the best derivatives lawyers in France in The Legal 500 EMEA (2016-2019): "an excellent lawyer"
Qian Hu