The Founder

Mr. Ng Gene Bond, the founder of Bond Ng Solicitors

Mr. Ng Gene Bond

Mr. Ng, the founder of Bond Ng Solicitors, is rich in experience in a broad range of practice areas.  He has extensive experience advising commercial and corporate matters, with a particular emphasis on merger & acquisition, pre-IPO investments, listed company compliance and handling corporate fraud. 

The civil practice of Mr. Ng covers commercial litigation, handling of criminal matters, personal injuries, employment compensation, lands litigation (adverse possession), family and matrimonial matters, traffic accident, probate and bankruptcy. 

He advised clients facing charges or investigation by the SFC, the ICAC, the Immigration Department, the Hong Kong Customs and Excise Department and the Police, with special focus on white collar crimes such as bribery and money laundering.  Mr. Ng represents clients in the Magistrate Court, the High Court and the Court of Final Appeal for criminal matters (including murder, drug trafficking, assaults, riots, burglary and driving offences) for trial, appeal, bail application and plea in mitigation. 

Mr. Ng is a fiat Counsel for the Department of Justice and has represented the Attorney General as a prosecutor.  He is also a solicitor on the Duty Lawyers List and Legal Aid Panel.

Mr. Ng took part in numerous important cases concerning the development of the administrative law of Hong Kong.  Amongst these cases, he represented Wong Chi Fung Joshua to review the decision of the Registrar of Companies, and represented Ms. Lau Siu Lai as an interested party in an application by the then Chief Executive to disqualify four legislators.

Mr. Ng graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a Bachelor of Arts in Politics and History, and was awarded the Pam Baker Scholarship in Human Rights for his pursuance of a LLM degree in human rights with HKU.  He completed his traineeship under the supervision of Mr. Mark Reeves, the Managing Partner of Munros, a reputable law firm.  Mr. Ng has been teaching in a secondary school before becoming a practicing solicitor.