Amy Beckingham is Vice Chair of the firm’s Global Corporate Department and a member of the Private Equity Practice.

Ms. Beckingham specializes in public and private M&A and joint ventures, acting for private equity and other financial investor clients on transactions throughout Asia, across a wide range of industry sectors. She also advises sponsors and emerging companies on venture capital financings across the region. She has also advised private equity clients on their IPO exits in a number of jurisdictions across Asia.

Prior to joining Latham, Ms. Beckingham worked in the Hong Kong and London offices of a Magic Circle law firm for more than 10 years. During that period, she spent time on secondment to the M&A team of Ferrovial in Madrid and in the infrastructure team at 3i in London.

Ms. Beckingham's recent experience includes advising:

  • Warburg Pincus on the establishment of a US$350 million insurance platform and Oona, a digital general insurance platform in Southeast Asia, and Oona’s initial acquisitions of two general insurance assets in the region
  • Vingroup Joint Stock Company on the joint venture between Vincommerce, a consumer retail unit of Vingroup which operates supermarkets, convenience stores, and farms, and Masan Consumer to create VCM Services and Trading Development Joint Stock Company, a Vietnam-based vertically integrated retail business
  • Vincommerce, a Vietnam-based conglomerate focusing on real estate development, retail, and services ranging from healthcare to hospitality, on an US$500 million investment by a consortium led by GIC
  • Asia Self Storage, a Warburg Pincus portfolio company, on the acquisition of 51% stake in Ministorage China Limited, a Hong Kong holding company of several self-storage facilities in the PRC
  • Warburg Pincus on the US$225 million investment in Converge ICT Solutions, a Philippines-based telecommunications provider
  • Lodgis Hospitality Holdings on the US$230 million acquisition of approximately 64.99% of shares in ACDL, a Canada-based real estate company and indirect owner of The Grand Ho Tram Strip, a resort hotel with casino and golf course in Vietnam
  • Warburg Pincus in its equity investment PT Achilles Advanced Systems (dba OnlinePajak), an Indonesia-based developer and operator of a web-based tax application
  • A private equity investor in its equity investment in Ant International, a China-based payment platform
  • Vingroup on the US$1 billion equity investment from SK Group
  • Trax Technology Solutions on its acquisition of Quri, a provider of crowdsourced instore conditions data for the Consumer Packaged Goods industry
  • Warburg Pincus and e-Shang Redwood Group on the proposed US$13 billion takeover offer for Global Logistics Properties Limited including US$9 billion financing package
  • Ruangguru Indonesia’s leading edtech business on its US$100 million, Series C funding round
  • Trax, a provider of computer vision and analytics solutions, on the funding rounds from Boyu, Hopu, and GIC
  • A private equity investor in its Series C investment into a Vietnamese fintech company
  • Warburg Pincus on its Series C investment in Trax Technology Solutions, a Singapore-based developer of image recognition technology
  • ESR Cayman Ltd on the US$1.5 billion Hong Kong-IPO and international offering, the third largest IPO in Hong Kong in 2019 and the largest RE IPO in ten years
  • Vinhomes Joint Stock Company, a Vietnam-based commercial developer, on its US$1.35 billion IEO and listing on the HOSE, the largest IEO in Vietnam to date
  • Vincom Retail Joint Stock Company and Warburg Pincus (as selling shareholder) on the US$740 million IEO and listing on the HOSE
  • Warburg Pincus on its joint venture with VinaCapital, to create a fully integrated hospitality platform including development, acquisitions, and operations across Southeast Asia
  • Macquarie Corporate Holdings on the acquisition by a consortium comprising China Resources and Macquarie of GenesisCare, an Australia-based operator of cancer and cardiovascular care centers
  • Warburg Pincus and Avic Trust as lead investors in the consortium acquisition of Singapore listed ARA Asset Management Ltd., a Singapore-based real estate fund manager for SGD1.7 billion
  • A consortium led by Warburg Pincus on its equity investment in GO-JEK, an Indonesia-based operator of a motorcycle taxi fleet and provider of delivery services
  • PT Matahari Department Store on its Block Trade of 58.358 million Ordinary Shares listed on the Indonesian Stock Exchange (IDX)
  • Tesco plc on its US$6 billion sale of Homeplus to MBK Partners*
  • A Warburg Pincus portfolio company on a real estate joint venture in China*
  • Intercontinental Hotels Group on the US$938 million sale of the Intercontinental Hong Kong to a Gaw Capital led consortium*
  • CVC Capital Partners and HKBN Ltd. on HKBN’s US$870 million IPO on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange*
  • OCBC on its US$5 billion acquisition of Wing Hang Bank Limited*
  • CVC on the leveraged buyout of The Executive Centre and its subsequent restructuring*
  • A Warburg Pincus led consortium on its initial and follow-on investments in Vincom Retail, the largest investment by international private equity into Vietnam*
  • Warburg Pincus Asia on the 2012 restructuring of the Titan Storage Group, which included the acquisition of the business out of liquidation and the subsequent sale to Guangdong Zhenrong Energy*
  • PepsiCo on its strategic alliance in China with Tingyi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp, a Hong Kong-listed company and one of the largest food and beverage companies in China*
  • CVC Capital Partners and PT Matahari Department Store Tbk on the US$1.3 billion Indonesian offering of shares of PT Matahari Department Store*
  • CVC Capital Partners and PT Link Net Tbk on the US$450 million offering of shares of PT Link Net Tbk on the Indonesian Stock Exchange*

*Matter handled prior to joining Latham

Bar Qualification

  • England and Wales (Solicitor)
  • Hong Kong (Solicitor)


  • LPC (Distinction), Nottingham Law School, 2003
  • BA in Law (Hons), Jesus College, University of Cambridge, 2002