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Zaid Ibrahim & Co has advised Axiata Group, the largest Asian telecommunications group, on its dual offering of $500 million 10-year trust certificates and $1 billion 30-year senior notes, with Clifford Chance and Adnan, Sundra & Low representing the arrangers and the bookrunners.
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Herbert Smith Freehills and Adnan Sundra & Low have advised Australian developer Lendlease on its securing of a 2.15 billion ringgit ($527 million) financing facility for a mixed integrated development in Kuala Lumpur, with Zul Rafique & Partners, Allens and Linklaters advising the lenders.
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Jones Day and Adnan Sundra & Low have represented Thailand ‘s PTTEP on its $2.13 billion acquisition of the Malaysian oil and gas assets of Murphy Oil Corporation, which was advised by Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher and Skrine.
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Malaysian law firm Adnan Sundra & Low (ASL) is set to merge with projects and infrastructure boutique Khem Thadani (KT). The news comes barely weeks after ASL announced it was combining with another boutique, Putri Norlisa Chair.
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Malaysian law firm Adnan Sundra & Low (ASL) is merging with three-partner boutique Putri Norlisa Chair (PNC). The merged firm will retain the name of Adnan Sundra & Low.
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Clifford Chance and Adnan Sundra & Low are advising Lotte Chemical Titan Holding, the Malaysian arm of South Korea’s Lotte Chemical Corp, on its planned $1.4 billion debut on Bursa Malaysia.
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Herbert Smith Freehills has acted as international counsel to Malaysian telecoms giant Axiata on a $600 million equity investment in edotco, its telecom infrastructure services unit.
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Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton and Albar & Partners have advised Malakoff Corporation Bhd, Malaysia's biggest independent power producer, on its $766 million IPO, the country’s biggest in almost three years.
By ALB, IFR
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Linklaters and Adnan, Sundra & Low have advised the Government of Malaysia on the country’s first sale of bonds in four years, including the world's first 30-year sovereign sukuk. Clifford Chance and Zaid Ibrahim & Co. represented the arrangers and managers.
By ALB
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Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton has advised Malaysia's Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) on its $1.25 billion sukuk, part of the $5 billion it raised in Asia's largest bond offering so far this year, with Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy acting for the bookrunners, and Norton Rose Fulbright representing the delegate trustee.