Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas (CAM) has advised home loan company Aptus Value Housing Finance India on its 27.8-billion-rupee ($378 million) IPO, with S&R Associates and Sidley Austin counselling the book-running lead managers.
HFW has expanded its disputes practice in Hong Kong with the addition of Karen Cheung as a partner from Li & Partners.
India's plans to list state-run Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) face an unusual problem: domestic law firms are shying away from advising the government, deterred by the low fees on offer at the time of a lucrative boom in corporate stock listings.
Over the last decade, Hong Kong has emerged as the world’s leading market for capital raising via initial public offerings (IPOs). This has secured the city’s role as one of the world’s premier financial centres, and as Asia’s leading capital market.
Vincent Wang, partner at Paul Hastings, weighs in on a big year for Hong Kong’s capital markets, and forecasts IPO trends for the rest of the year.
White-collar crime (e.g., bribery, forgery, fraud, insider trading, embezzlement, etc.,) can have a huge impact on a business and its stakeholders. A business ‘health check’ in the form of misconduct control systems can help protect a company from the possible severe consequences of white-collar criminal activities. Establishing certain control systems can serve as a deterrence to criminal activities, whether they occur knowingly, or by accident. This article will discuss advisable fraud control systems comprising prevention, detection, and response to potential or actual white-collar crime in Thailand.
Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) deals picked up steam throughout Asia Pacific during the first half of 2021, in no small measure due to a rebound from the worst economic ravages of the COVID-19 pandemic through 2020. With vaccine rollouts continuing and border restrictions being gradually loosened, M&A lawyers can look forward to an upswing in work in 2022 and beyond.
As face-to-face meetings are reduced to a distant memory and continue to be substituted by video and phone calls in some offices, the global pandemic remains an unmistakable challenge for law firms. And legal networks are stepping in to help them out during an uncertain time.