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Environmental, social and governance (ESG) has become an indispensable part of the corporate conversation. While it is a key component of long-term value and business resiliency; a strong ESG programme may
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Offshore firm Ogier has hired corporate and financial disputes expert Justin Davis as a partner in Hong Kong from competitor Carey Olsen, where he was a counsel.
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Ray Ng, who was most recently partner and head of the dispute resolution for Asia at offshore law firm Ogier, has joined UK firm Charles Russell Speechlys (CRS) in Hong Kong.
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Offshore law firm Harneys has appointed restructuring and insolvency specialist Nicola Roberts as a partner in Hong Kong from Ogier, where she spent more than a decade practicing in BVI and Jersey.
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Offshore law firm Ogier has hired banking and finance specialist David Nelson as a partner in Hong Kong from Walkers, where he was a senior associate.
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Berwin Leighton Paisner and Ogier have advised Hong Kong-listed property firm CC Land on its $1.4 billion acquisition of London's iconic Leadenhall Building from a joint venture between British Land and Canada’s Oxford Properties.
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Offshore law firm Ogier has moved Oliver Payne from its Cayman Islands office to Hong Kong, where he has been named as a partner in the Caribbean Dispute Resolution team.
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Allen & Overy and Ogier have advised Indonesia’s national airline Garuda Indonesia, on its inaugural $500 million sukuk issuance, while Clifford Chance has advised a consortium of 15 banks in the transaction.
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Ogier has set up a dispute resolution practice in Hong Kong to serve Asian clients, relocating partner Ray Ng from the BVI to Hong Kong.
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King & Spalding, SNR Denton and Ogier have played a role in advising a benchmark yield offering from the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) – the US$750m Saudi-issued dual-listed sukuk that many hopes mark the return of GCC-originated, US-denominated sukuks.