Facetime with Peter Reisman, Bank of China USA
Mr. Reisman has 30 years of experience working with Chinese private and government entities. He is fluent in Chinese language and culture, experienced in sourcing, negotiating, structuring, documenting and closing of equity and debt investments as well as joint venture transactions. He has advised extensively on cross-border investments, as well as bilateral trade negotiations between the United States and China and Israel. Mr. Reisman joined the bank in November, 2017 and leads a new group focusing on government and public relations, new business development, marketing, and corporate social responsibility.
Mr. Reisman’s expertise in China dates back to when he became the first American to graduate with a Masters in Law from Peking University Law School. He later went on to obtain a Juris Doctor degree and LL.M. from Columbia Law School. After working in the Securities Group at Cravath, Swaine, & Moore LLP (both in New York and Hong Kong), Mr. Reisman spent six years in Israel working for the government in both a legal and advisory capacity focusing on issues relating to China and other countries in the Asia Pacific region. He subsequently joined Island Capital Group as Senior Vice President in the capital markets group and later co-founded and became the CEO of C-Bridge Capital Partners. In that capacity he used his extensive personal network and experience in advising Chinese, American and Israeli clients on cross-border investment opportunities. Mr. Reisman is fluent in Mandarin and Hebrew and is a member of the China General Chamber of Commerce-U.S.A., the National Committee on U.S. – China Relations and the advisory board for AJC’s Asia Pacific Institute. He also serves as Co-Chair of the Government and Public Relations Committee for the China General Chamber of Commerce- U.S.A.
David, co-chair of both the firm’s corporate and securities litigation practice and investment banking industry group, is a partner resident in Ropes & Gray’s New York office. David has over 20 years of experience litigating a broad array of corporate disputes, with an emphasis on complex corporate litigation, securities cases, corporate-control disputes, and enforcement litigation. He regularly represents buyers, sellers, and financial advisors in all forms of litigation arising out of transactional matters, including breach of duty litigation, breach of contract and business tort cases, and post-closing disputes. He frequently handles complicated federal securities class actions and state law derivative actions, and advises Boards and Board Committees (including Special Litigation Committees) on their responses to these litigations. David has represented corporate and individual clients in all aspects of these matters at the trial and appellate levels in federal and state courts throughout the United States, as well as in non-public SEC, FINRA and state securities investigations.
David has been consistently recognized by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business as a leading individual in General Commercial Litigation. The Legal 500 has named David as a ‘Leading Lawyer’ for M&A Litigation: Defense. In its 2019 edition, Chambers described David as “an outstanding lawyer who has excellent judgment, is responsive 24/7 and gives excellent, thoughtful and practical business-oriented advice.” He is also described as “smart and savvy,” and is praised for his “practical and commercial approach” to cases. Chambers noted David’s “ability to handle a wide range of corporate and white-collar criminal litigation,” with a “great ability to argue and convince regulators of his position.” Sources commend David for his “great balance between aggressive advocacy and the ability to close on a compromise” and fellow practitioners offer praise for his “judgment and strategic thinking.” Legal 500 calls him a “first-rate litigator” and “solution-oriented.” David has also been recognized by Benchmark: Litigation as a New York Litigation Star.
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This event is part of YJP's "Facetime with Finance Leaders" series.
Please join YJP for a discussion with Peter Reisman, Managing Director and CCO, of Bank of China USA.
Peter will speak on utilizing your network to build a global finance career: cross-border investments and global employment opportunities in banking.
His 30-year finance journey has consisted of working for several years in China, several years in Israel, and a return back to New York. He is the founder of C-Bridge Capital Partners: a healthcare-dedicated private equity firm that invests in China-related opportunities.
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This event is complimentary for:
-Professional level members in the Finance division
-Young Leadership members and above levels