Areas of Practice
  • Mandarin Chinese
  • Shanghainese
  • University of Washington School of Law, LL.M
  • Fudan University School of Law, LL.B.
Bar & Court Admissions
  • New York
  • China National Bar (non- practicing)

Yiting (Amy) Wang

China Central Place, 29th Floor, Tower 2
79 Jianguo Road, Chaoyang District
Beijing, 100025
TEL: +86 10 5834 1010
FAX: +86 10 5969 6099

Yiting (Amy) Wang is an associate in Steptoe’s Beijing office.  Ms. Wang’s practice focuses on international regulation and compliance, insurance, corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, venture capital, and foreign direct investments in China.

Ms. Wang advises foreign insurers on various aspects of their China-related insurance business, including corporate and regulatory matters, as well as insurance asset management issues.  Ms. Wang assists clients with various corporate compliance, US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and other government and regulatory matters.  She has experience advising a multinational company on business ethics, anti-corruption compliance, and matters involving local Chinese anti-bribery laws and has assisted with creating and implementing anti-corruption compliance policies, and conducting periodic internal compliance training seminars for management and staff.

Ms. Wang also assists international insurance companies with a variety of China-related corporate and regulatory matters.  In her corporate practice, she advises on various corporate and commercial transactions.  She also assists funds and companies seeking to invest in Chinese companies and Chinese companies that are receiving overseas investment.

Ms. Wang has assisted a number of Chinese issuers with their initial public offerings (IPOs) on US capital markets and with post-IPO regulatory compliance.  She has assisted both international and Chinese companies in various sectors, including the Internet, technology, education, energy, retail, and financial services.

Prior to joining Steptoe, Ms. Wang worked for a leading US law firm in Shanghai.  Before that, she was a legal counsel at a Fortune 500 Japanese company in Shanghai.