Terrence Zhang

Legal Consultant, Beijing

Biography

Overview

Terrence Zhang is a Legal Consultant in the Firm's Global White Collar Practice Group.

Terrence's practice covers white collar crime, corporate compliance matters, government and internal investigations as well as economic sanctions and export control matters.

Prior to joining the Firm, Terrence worked in a law firm headquartered in Beijing, China. Before that, he worked in the Integrity Vice Presidency unit within the World Bank Group, investigating several fraud and corruption cases against companies, entities and bidders. He worked on, reviewed, and evaluated world bank sanctioned entities' integrity compliance program and internal policies. Terrence was a Law Clerk/Investigator of the Disclosure Unit in the United States Office of Special Counsel, Washington, DC, USA. He was also a judicial intern for Chief Judge the Honorable Lori K. Smith at the Superior Court of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA.

Education
JD
George Washington University

Washington, DC, USA

MBA
Accounting & Finance
University of Delaware

Newark, USA

BA (Hons)
English Language and Literature
University of International Relations

Beijing, China

Languages
English
Mandarin
Cantonese

Experience

Terrence's experience includes advising the following:

An American multinational technology company in a high-profile internal corporate investigation.

A leading Germany-based manufacturing company on its corporate compliance matter.

A US listed Chinese company in an independent investigation into certain allegations.

A leading HK listed multinational mining company on its corporate compliance policy.

A multinational media company in an internal corporate investigation arising out of allegations of financial fraud and commercial bribery.

A leading private equity firm in the investment and acquisition transactions regarding several FCPA due diligence matters in the technology and consumer sectors.

A leading Chinese developer and operator of high performance data center of its anti-corruption due diligence matter.

Three large state-owned construction enterprises in internal investigations, compliance policies, and corporate compliance trainings.*

A Chinese company in its investigation of senior management's breach of loyalty and potential release of company secrets and conflicts of interest.*

A French company in designing and implementing its whistle-blowing policy.*

An IT company in SEC's inquiry regarding securities fraud allegation.*

* Experience prior to joining White & Case