Shan Hu

China Construction Bank Europe (Luxembourg)
General Counsel

Shan Hu is an experienced EU lawyer with recent experience working in the Compliance function of financial industry. Shan has advised international companies in Europe and Asia in the antitrust/competition field, she has advised clients on multi-jurisdictional merger filings, abuse of dominance, international cartel investigations and global competition compliance issues. In the international trade field, she has advised clients on anti-dumping, safeguards and anti-subsidy matters. She has acted for clients in a number of industrial sectors, including private equity, electronics, steel, airlines, oil and gas, telecommunication, music, mining, food and additives, beverages and other consumer products. Shan has published articles on EU and Chinese competition law. She has worked with the American Bar Association to provide comments to Chinese competition authorities regarding draft antitrust rules and has worked with an Asian competition authority on drafting merger remedies rules. She has also worked as a trainee in the European Commission’s Legal Service. Shan graduated with a LLB degree from East China University of Politics & Law (2004, China) before completing the LLM program in K.U.Leuven (2005, Belgium) and the LLM program at Columbia Law School (2009, USA). She completed the King’s College London Postgraduate Diploma in EU Competition Law in 2011. She joined the practice in January 2014. Her native language is Chinese and she is fluent in English.

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Jay Modrall, Shan Hu The Chinese NDRC fines the undertakings participating in two cartels in the car insurance and automotive component sectors and publishes its decisions (Zhejiang car insurance cartel and Automotive component suppliers’ cartel)

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This article has been nominated for the 2015 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. 1. Introduction The Chinese National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) has recently stepped up its cartel enforcement activities and for the first time has (...)

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