Kimberley Wong

LLB, BCom, Senior Associate

Kimberley is a senior associate in the national Corporate & Commercial Team.  She has extensive corporate advisory experience having worked on domestic and cross-jurisdictional transactions in New Zealand and the United Kingdom. Kimberley is experienced in all aspects of mergers and acquisitions, private equity investments and joint ventures.

She also advises on a range of corporate governance issues, including shareholder arrangements and board matters.
Prior to joining Wynn Williams, Kimberley worked for a leading international law firm in London where she led teams on complex and high value corporate transactions. Prior to that, Kimberley began her career at a leading law firm in New Zealand.    
"I enjoy working through the complexity of corporate deals and ensuring my clients understand the process from end to end."

Recent Projects

  • Advising ASX listed Orora on the NZ aspects of the sale of fibe business to Nippon Paper for AUD1.7B.

  • Advising UK based True Capital Limited on its NZ aspects of its acquisition of Soulfresh for GBP26m.

  • Advising US based Pear Sports LLC on its acquisition of Performance Labs Technology Limited.

  • Advising KDK Ventures on the establishment of its private capital fund.

  • Advising Invivo & Co on the investment by Genesis Private Equity.

  • Advising Arque Group Limited on its acqusition of Jenrite New Zealand.

  • Advising Behemoth Brewing Company on its equity crowdfunding raise.

  • Advising the purchaser on the management buy out of Ogilvy New Zealand from WPP.

  • Advising Southern Cross Horticulture on the establishment of and fundraising for its kiwifruit businesses.

  • Advising The Snowball Effect on shareholder and joint venture arrangements.

  • Advising DropIt on its rights issue.

  • Advising The Snowball Effect on shareholder and joint venture arrangements.

  • Advising Overdose Digital Limited on the acquisition of 8 Wire Digital Limited and restructure of its group.

Recent Articles


COVID-19 corporate and commercial considerations for M&A transactions

Whilst the impact of COVID-19 on M&A activity in New Zealand and around the globe is not yet known, there are certain steps that vendors and purchasers should consider.

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  • Equity commitment letters and the applicability of the concept of "certain funds" in private acquisitions by private equity funds – Thomson Reuters Practical Law, November 2016
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