Elaine Zhou

Associate | Singapore

ezhou@mofo.com | 65 69222055

ezhou@mofo.com
65 69222055

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 a Japanese bank in 2018.

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

Representative Matters (Includes Prior Law Firm Experience)

  • Represented borrower on a subscription line financing for a newly formed billion-dollar fund in China, involving transaction security from multiple jurisdictions.
  • Represented mezzanine lender on a mezzanine bridge loan facility to a hospitality conglomerate for the acquisition of a vacation rental company in conjunction with super senior and senior term and revolving facilities.
  • Represented lender in relation to a loan facility to the offeror of the privatisation scheme of China Automation Group Limited.
  • Represented lender in connection with the financing of an acquisition of a company holding utility assets in Indonesia and subsequent financings for working capital needs.
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