Twenty-five years ago, when Appleby opened an office in Hong Kong in 1990, it was one of the first offshore law firms to establish a physical presence in Asia, delivering offshore legal services on the ground in the Asian timezone. We have seen first-hand the market shaping events that have defined our clients’ requirements for offshore advice and services, and we have been on the frontline as Hong Kong, and Asia, has emerged as one of the world’s most vibrant economies.

“Clients’ expectations have risen dramatically, and they are now looking for a much greater suite of options.” Frances Woo, Appleby

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