Ginny Wilmerding


Ginny advises Asian and multinational clients on financial and corporate communications, transactions, crisis, strategic positioning and stakeholder engagement. Ginny speaks Mandarin and has spent over half of her business career 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 and investor relations for US private equity-backed Internet services companies. Ginny published a business advice book for women in 2006 (Wiley) and currently sits on an advisory council for The Women's Foundation's board diversity initiatives in Hong Kong; she has been a Board Trustee of Princeton-in-Asia since 1997. She has a particular interest in corporate governance and family business issues. Ginny holds a BA in East Asian Studies from Princeton.

Ginny has counseled companies in sectors including private equity, technology, media and telecoms, and luxury retail, and she has advised on a number of high profile international IPOs and cross-border transactions including the IPOs of Alibaba Group and Chow Tai Fook, CP Group and ITOCHU’s investment into CITIC Ltd, as well as Bain Capital’s sale of Domino’s Pizza Japan to Domino’s Australia.