Deacons[The Chamber's Oldest Members ]
Diaward Moving with the Times
At 150 years young, Hong Kong's oldest law firm is set to enhance its position as the largest legal practice in Asia
Few companies can claim to have such a long and prestigious history as Hong Kong law firm Deacons. The firm's founder, William Bridges, arrived in Hong Kong in 1851, just nine years after Hong Kong Island was ceded to Britain under the Treaty of Nanking.
Interview Date: 2002/12
Dragon Crowd Enterprise (China) Ltd
Diaward mixes centuries of tradition with the latest technology
Marvin Hsu carefully removed a World War II combat helmet out of a display case and placed it on the table in front of me with a clunk. "This is one of the first models we made under the British Pattern 1937," he enthused, reaching back into the cabinet. "And this is one of the U.S. models. Here, try it."
Interview Date: 2005/04
Duff & Phelps (HK) Holdings Ltd
Building a Garment Empire
Twenty years ago, Terrence Yuk was designing buildings for an architectural firm. But today, he is building the future for Dragon Crowd Enterprise (China) Ltd.
Interview Date: 2017/07
Broadening Businesses’ Networks
Having served as a director-manager in the manufacturing industry and a solicitor partner at an international law firm prior to joining Duff & Phelps, Patrick Wu has broad experience in many areas including banking, business acquisitions, real estate and investment in Hong Kong and the Mainland. Holding a Masters Degree from London and being a qualified lawyer, Wu is now the Regional Managing Director of the Valuation Advisory Services practice for Greater China at Duff & Phelps.
Interview Date: 2016/08
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