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Stephanie Hanna

Stephanie Hanna

Vice President

Stephanie Hanna is a Vice President with Teneo’s Strategy & Communications Advisory team, based in the Shanghai office.

Stephanie joined Teneo in 2021. She advises companies on transactions and ESG communications as well as issues mitigation, with a particular focus on multinationals that operate in China and the APAC region.

Prior to Teneo, Stephanie was a business journalist and editor. For over nine years, she covered mergers and acquisitions (M&A) at Acuris, most recently serving as Deputy Editor at Dealreporter’s Asia Pacific bureau. At Dealreporter and sister publication Mergermarket, Stephanie covered the takeovers of public companies and shareholder activism across Southeast Asia, China and Australia.

Stephanie is familiar with the obstacles and stakeholder concerns that affect transactions in the Asia Pacific region. Through her reporting and regular engagement with risk arbitrage funds at Acuris, she has advised US and Asia based funds on the risks that cross-border transactions face – be it shareholder dissent, stakeholder misalignment, antitrust and other regulatory roadblocks, financing issues, an unfavorable geopolitical climate, or interloper risk.

Stephanie has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Sydney, with majors in Economics and Government & International Relations.

Stephanie has been based in Shanghai since 2019 and was previously based in Hong Kong and Sydney.

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