Hong Kong

Analysys Mason expanded its footprint in Asia-Pacific in 2015 with the establishment of our Hong Kong office.

Our presence in Hong Kong complements existing operations in Singapore and Delhi and is committed to supporting clients in Greater China and surrounding countries.

Our Hong Kong operation assists telecoms and media operators with mergers and acquisitions, digital initiatives, spectrum strategy and spectrum auction support, and assists telcos with network and commercial cost optimisation.

For the TMT investor community, the Hong Kong team works closely with Analysys Mason's global network of TMT finance experts to provide commercial and technical due diligence and support the geographic diversification of our Asian clients' investment portfolios.

In addition to our consultancy work, Analysys Mason also has a local team of analysts who regularly publish research and offer unique insight and understanding on the latest technology evolutions. This research informs and supports our consulting due diligence projects in the region and is a key differentiator between Analysys Mason and other consulting firms offers only commercial due diligence.

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Sai Ying Pun
Hong Kong
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