Elaine Zhou

Elaine Zhou


National University of Singapore (B.A., 2004)
King's College London (LL.B., 2015)
University of Adelaide (MAFIN, 2018)

Bar Admissions

England & Wales

Elaine Zhou is an associate in Morrison & Foerster’s Singapore office. She represents leading international banks and financial institutions, major corporations and investors on their Asia-Pacific multi-jurisdictional financing matters. Her practice focuses on the areas of cross-border acquisition financing, financing transaction, leveraged finance, syndicated lending and restructuring.

Prior to joining Morrison & Foerster, Ms. Zhou was an associate in the Singapore office of a leading international law firm. She was previously seconded to the Singapore branch of MUFG Bank, Ltd. for six months in 2018.

Ms. Zhou is fluent in English, Mandarin and Japanese.

Representative Matters (Includes Prior Law Firm Experience)

  • Represented an Asian lender in connection with the financing of an acquisition of a company holding utility assets in Indonesia and subsequent financings for working capital needs
  • Represented a syndicate of Asian lenders in connection with the various financings of a Japanese-Indonesian joint venture in an Indonesian finance leasing group
  • Represented two Chinese lenders for a leveraged finance transaction for a state-owned borrower group specializing in electronic components
  • Represented an Asian lender in connection with the financing of an acquisition of multiple companies holding real property in South-East Asia by a REIT

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