Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe is shuttering its Hong Kong office at the end of August, three years after overhauling its strategy for the Asian financial hotbed.

After losing the bulk of its Hong Kong capital markets team in early 2017, the firm aimed to rebuild its presence in the city by focusing on attorneys who could complement its global strengths in technology and innovation along with several other key sectors. But CEO Mitch Zuklie said the firm failed to achieve the growth that it sought.

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