Nelson Ho

Nelson Ho

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(852) 2107 0325
Principal Areas of Practice


1983        Professional Diploma in Business Studies (Banking), Hong Kong Polytechnic University

1987        MBA, University of Strathclyde, UK

1994        MSc in Financial Economics, University of London, UK

1998        MSc in Financial Engineering, City University of Hong Kong

2001        LLB (Hons), Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

2004        LLM (Corporate & Finance Laws), University of Hong Kong

2006        PCLL, City University of Hong Kong


2008        Solicitor, Hong Kong


Prior to joining the legal profession, Nelson Ho had worked in the banking and finance industry in managerial positions. Capitalising on this background, Nelson mainly practises banking, finance, corporate and commercial laws, where he has built admirable experience.

Nelson has prepared transaction documents in Chinese and English for banks and financial institutions in over 290 transactions, including various kinds of loans, facilities, structured finance and other transactions ranging from a few hundred million HKD to RMB70 billion. Jurisdictions include Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Indonesia, India, Australia, Cayman Islands, Bermuda, BVI, Norway, etc. Industries include oil and petrochemical, energy and power, transportation, mobile communication, manufacturing, real estate, conglomerates, finance, insurance, pharmacy, etc.

He regularly advises banking institutions on compliance with the Banking Ordinance and the HKMA Supervisory Policy Manual and securities houses on governance and regulatory compliance issues. He has also prepared a training service agreement aiming for providing training to cyber security service providers in Hong Kong for the banking and finance industry.

Nelson also conducts seminars from time to time on legal documentation of banking products and banking and finance laws for banks and professional institutes from the Mainland and Hong Kong.


Professional Affiliations

·           Associate, The Hong Kong Chartered Governance Institute

·           Member, Hong Kong Securities and Investment Institute

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