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Sidley Austin has advised Yum China Holdings on its HK$17.3 billion ($2.2 billion) secondary listing on the mainboard of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong, with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and Simpson Thacher & Bartlett counselling the sole sponsor, underwriters, joint global coordinators and bookrunners.
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Khaitan & Co. and Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas have advised Mindspace Business Parks on its $676 million IPO, with Sidley Austin representing the lead managers.
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Sidley Austin has welcomed back finance specialist Olivia Ngan as a partner in the firm’s China corporate and finance practice in Hong Kong. Ngan joins from Linklaters, where she was a counsel.
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Sidley Austin has hired M&A lawyer Parthiv Rishi as a partner in Singapore from Linklaters, where he spent more than 15 years, and most recently led that firm’s private equity practice in Southeast Asia.
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Sidley Austin has hired Meng Ding as a partner in its China corporate and finance group from Kirkland & Ellis in Hong Kong.
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Llinks Law Offices and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer have represented Shanghai Henlius Biotech on its $410 million Hong Kong initial public offering, with Jia Yuan Law Offices and Sidley Austin advising the sponsors.
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U.S. law firm Cooley has appointed capital markets lawyer Michael Yu as a partner in Hong Kong from Sidley Austin, where he was a counsel.
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PE-specialist law firm Goodwin Procter has appointed Wenseng “Wendy” Pan as a partner in its life sciences practice in Hong Kong from Sidley Austin’s New York office.
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Morgan, Lewis & Bockius has hired investment funds lawyer Joel Seow as a partner in Singapore, and a director of its local member firm, Morgan Lewis Stamford.
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Khaitan & Co. and Latham & Watkins have advised India’s Sterling and Wilson Solar, one of the world’s largest solar engineering, procurement (EPC) companies, on its application for a $648 million initial public offering.