Jane Jiang


Jane has extensive experience across international arbitration, regulatory investigation, debt restructurings and recovery, and regulatory compliance and has been named as a leading individual by major legal directories in all these areas.

Having worked in banking, capital markets, derivatives, regulatory compliance and disputes in the firm for major international and Chinese financial institutions and corporates alike, Jane is uniquely equipped to find solutions across multiple disciplines and her board room presence often places her as a strategic advisor on complex issues concerning China. Jane is praised by clients as an “amazing lawyer” and “the go-to advisor on PRC law matters” due to her “technical wizardry” and “client skills”.

Jane’s sensitivity to geopolitical dynamics and culture differences is a great asset in the resolution of issues and disputes with a Chinese nexus for multinational companies. Her views on China’s legal and regulatory development are often sought by the C-suite of the largest corporates and financial institutions of the world.

Jane is fully bilingual in Chinese and English. She is qualified in England and Wales and has worked in the firm’s Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing offices.


Representative matters

A number of major global financial institutions in CSRC’s investigation of their cross-border trading activities on the A shares market including concluding China’s first ever administrative settlement with the CSRC.

A number of major global banks on the implications of HK National Security Law and China’s Anti-Foreign Sanctions Law.

A leading US real estate private equity fund in a multi-jurisdiction recovery case against a Chinese real estate developer involving HKIAC arbitration, HK insolvency proceedings and US proceedings.

Numerous international clients in strategic M&A in China’s financial industry.

Published Work

  • Jane Jiang (2023) "Data Privacy & Transfer in Investigations: China", Global Investigation Review

Leadership Positions And Professional Affiliations

  • Fellow, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (FCIArb)
Jane is great and excellent, and someone we call for advice when there is a tricky issue. She is a good sounding board.
Chambers Greater China Region, 2024
She (Jane Jiang) understands how to achieve our goals and is very creative in considering solutions.
Chambers Greater China Region, 2023



Admitted as solicitor, England and Wales, 2002

Qualified in China (non-practising), 2021


Diploma in Legal Practice (LPC), BPP Law School, UK 1999 – 2000

Diploma in Law (CPE), BPP Law School, UK 1998 – 1999

LL.M., Maritime Law, Southampton University, UK 1997 – 1998

B.A., International Finance, International Business College, Shanghai University  1993 – 1996


Chinese (Mandarin), Chinese (Shanghai), English
A&O Shearman was formed on May 1, 2024 by the combination of Shearman & Sterling LLP and Allen & Overy LLP and their respective affiliates (the legacy firms). Any matters referred to above may include matters undertaken by one or more of the legacy firms rather than A&O Shearman.