Ginny speaks Mandarin and has spent 15 years in Hong Kong and China, joining Brunswick in 2010. Her prior experience includes business development roles for Hutchison Whampoa and AT&T in Hong Kong and Shanghai and heading corporate affairs for US private equity-backed Internet services companies in Boston. Ginny published a business advice book for women in 2006 (Wiley), is a founding steering committee member of the 30% Club Hong Kong, and has been a Board Trustee of Princeton-in-Asia since 1997. Ginny holds a BA in East Asian Studies from Princeton.
Ginny has advised on a number of high profile international offerings and cross-border transactions including Alibaba Group’s $25b IPO on NYSE, Ant Financial’s $14b Series C financing, the Bain Capital-led acquisition of Toshiba Memory Corporation, CP Group and ITOCHU’s investment into CITIC Ltd, Nokia's merger with Alcatel-Lucent, Swire Pacific's investment to expand its Coca-Cola bottling territories in China, and Chow Tai Fook’s Hong Kong IPO.