More Asia 100 law firms have emerged from the Panama Papers records as the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists on Monday released a database of 320,000 offshore entities searchable by officers, intermediaries—including law firms—and address.

Many international law firms’ Asian offices in Hong Kong and Singapore made appearance in the database records, as reported by the Am Law Daily earlier this week.

Below is a list of eight Asia 100 firms from China, Singapore and Korea found in the Panama Papers records released on Monday. We’ve also included several other notable Asia Pacific law firms that appeared in the database, mostly from Hong Kong and China. A link is provided to the list of entities connected to each law firm or office.

This list does not include the firms revealed by the ICIJ’s previous offshore leaks investigations. For a list of those firms, please click here.

Asia 100 Firms


Allbright Law Offices (Shanghai, Hangzhou)

Deheng Law Group (Jinan, Qingdao, Beijing)

Grandall Law Firm (Shenzhen, Shanghai, Hangzhou)

King & Wood Mallesons (Hong Kong, Shanghai)

Longan Law Firm

Zhong Lun Law Firm


Shin & Kim


Allen & Gledhill

Non Asia 100 Firms


Colin Biggers & Paisley


Anli Partners

Boss & Young

Haworth & Lexon

Hylands Law Firm

Lehman, Lee & Xu Law Firm

Hong Kong


Li & Partners

Sit Fung Kwong & Shum

Vivien Chan & Co

Wilkinson & Grist

Woo, Kwan, Lee & Lo


Wong & Partners (The firm is the Malaysian member firm of Baker & McKenzie.)

New Zealand

Russell McVeagh