Alan T. C. Jih
Managing Partner, KPMG Law Firm
Alan’s practice encompasses a wide range of corporate, banking, mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, and litigation. He has extensive experience advising local and foreign companies on corporate finance, intellectual property, labor and employment, antitrust, and corporate governance. He also provides advice to local and foreign banks on asset management, financial derivatives, commercial credit facilities, and regulatory compliance.
Alan can practice in Chinese, English, Japanese and Taiwanese and therefore participated several mega deals involving U.S., Europe, Japan and Taiwan parties where his ability to coordinate lawyers, intermediaries and corporations in various different jurisdictions is highly appreciated by clients.
Alan previously served as a judge advocate at the Chung-shen Institute of Science and Technology where he handled various high-tech and government legal issues in litigation, arbitration, and civil reconciliation settings. Prior to joining KPMG, Alan was an attorney in Jones Day where he grew substantial experience advising clients in a variety of cross-border transactions including foreign investment approvals, nonperforming loan acquisitions, mergers and acquisitions, and other general corporate issues. Alan participated in consummating the first share swap deal between a Taiwan listed company and a foreign public company and advised various companies in takeover battles.