Updated: Nov 3, 2022
Nick Chen, a Chinese-American lawyer from NYC (ancestral home Suzhou), currently living in Taipei, has been traveling/working in China since 1973. His firm, the Pamir Law Group (www.pamirlaw.com) has been bridging China/Taiwan with the world for decades. Nick began his professional career as a Direct Foreign Investment (“DFI”) specialist at the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) working on the General Assembly North South Project on New International Economic Order (NIEO) Direct Foreign Investment. He is a seasoned business/legal strategist and problem solver in Greater China. Today Nick is a strategic advisor to major international private groups/governments, designing and implementing strategic resilience plans to meet climate 3C (change/crisis/collapse) challenges. He advises group companies, investors, banks and governments on energy transition/project development and finance, net zero carbon, zero GHG emissions, green finance Equator Principles/IFC Performance Standards, green ESG investing and best available strategic geo-political-economic deployment options analysis. Nick graduated from Yale University (BA1979) and New York University School of Law (JD 1982). He is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia. Nick also serves as Arbitrator in three Chinese Arbitration tribunals and one Europe: China Arbitration tribunal.