Jiang Liu

Jiang Liu

Education

Nankai University (B.S., 1989)
Emory University (Ph.D., 1997)
University of Pennsylvania Law School (J.D., 2001)

Bar Admissions

New York

Jiang Liu is a partner in Morrison & Foerster’s Financial Services Practice in the firm’s New York office. Mr. Liu’s practice spans a broad range of bank regulatory work, and he has significant experience representing foreign and U.S. financial institutions.

Mr. Liu has in-depth knowledge of the regulations applicable to foreign and U.S. financial institutions. He regularly provides advice in connection with the Bank Holding Company Act, the Volcker Rule, bank securities activities, and U.S. bank and non-bank acquisitions, among other things. He has a substantial practice representing foreign financial institutions, especially those in China, related to their U.S. activities.

Prior to joining Morrison & Foerster, Mr. Liu worked at a leading international law firm in their Hong Kong and New York offices.

Mr. Liu received his J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and his B.S. from Nankai University in China. He also earned a Ph.D. in biochemistry from Emory University.

Mr. Liu has in-depth knowledge of the regulations applicable to foreign and U.S. financial institutions. He regularly provides advice in connection with the Bank Holding Company Act, the Volcker Rule, bank securities activities, and U.S. bank and non-bank acquisitions, among other things. He has a substantial practice representing foreign financial institutions, especially those in China, related to their U.S. activities.

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