Steven Hsu is currently the senior consultant and managing director of Beijing Zhong Yin Law Firm. Prior to joining Zhong Yin in Beijing, Steven was a partner in Baker & McKenzie. In addition to being an attorney, Steven is also responsible for marketing and international operation of the Firm.

Steven’s practice mainly focuses on securities, financing, banking, funds, bankruptcy reorganization, merger & acquisition, VC/PE, international investment, foreign direct investment, enterprise legal risk management, family trust & wealth management, international and foreign-related arbitration, capital markets and general corporate.

Steven is an expert in China’s M&A and cross border acquisition.  Steven represents many multinational companies for their expansion and acquisition in China.

In Steven’s nearly 20 years’ practice experiences, he has served many multinational enterprises and Fortune 500 companies. Steven is full of local Chinese experiences and international exposure.

Professional Qualifications-Taiwan Bar Association
-Member, Taiwan Alumni Association of
Tsinghua University (Beijing)
-Member, EMBA Fujian Student Association of Tsinghua University (Beijing)
-Arbitrator, Chinese-European Arbitration Center
-Member, Beijing Jr. Chamber of Commerce
Education-Tsinghua University, PHD (candidate)
-Tsinghua University, EMBA
-Chung Cheng University, LL.M
-Soochow University, Bachelor
Business Honors-2010/ALB, one of the hottest 25
lawyers in China
-2012/WHO’S WHO, Man of The Year
-2013/Chinese Investment Law Firm of)
The Year, International Fund Awards
Academic Achievement-Foreign Related Commercial Arbitration
in China, 2014
-Plain English Legal Writing, China Legal Publishing House, 2011
-Guidance for Investment in Taiwan:
Regulation Compilation, 2010
-Corporate Governance After the Cross-
border Merger & Acquisition, 2009
-The Development of Taiwan Securities
Firms in Mainland, 2009
-Enterprise Commerce Secrets Protection System, 2009
-Analysis of OTC Derivatives Regulations, 1999
Working LanguagesEnglish, Mandarin, Taiwanese