William Wu advises on a wide range of corporate, M&A, and regulatory matters. He advises international clients on cross-border matters, representing both public and private clients in their mergers, spin-offs, and joint ventures, particularly for energy and infrastructure related projects such as onshore and offshore wind farms, utility scale solar PV and hydro projects, and digital infrastructure projects across jurisdictions, including Taiwan, Vietnam, Japan, Indonesia, Brunei, Chad and Somaliland.

In addition to equity investments in the energy and infrastructure space, William also advises multinational corporations on their strategic alliances, distribution arrangements, product recalls, as well as cross-border disputes arising out of business transactions.

Born and raised in Taiwan, William has most recently been involved in various offshore wind and other renewable projects and has deep experience on auctions for various offshore wind farms in Taiwan. He is currently working on several other renewable projects in development and advising bidders on equity processes.

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