Five law firms assist on Horizon Construction IPO in Hong Kong

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Law firms assist Hong Kong IPO
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Five law firms advised on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange IPO of Horizon Construction Development (HCD), the largest mainland equipment operations provider, raising a total of HKD1.75 billion (USD224 million).

Baker McKenzie advised HCD on Hong Kong and US law, led by its partner Wang Hang from the Beijing office, with assistance from senior counsel Stella Hu and Han Bing of Baker McKenzie FenXun.

Tian Yuan Law Firm advised HCD on PRC law, led by partners Zhu Xiaohui, Zhai Xiaojin, Chen Zhusha and Zeng Wenwen.

Maples Group provided advice on Cayman Islands law.

Joint sponsors included Huatai International, Citi Global Finance, China Merchants Bank International and DBS Asia. Clifford Chance, led by partners Virginia Lee, Jean Thio and Xiang Tianning, acted for the sponsors on Hong Kong and US law.

Fangda Partners, led by partners Jeffrey Ding, Miles Ma, Sherry Xu and senior associate Wei Jianbo (who is now a partner), counselled on PRC law.

As a subsidiary of the Hong Kong listed company Far East Horizon, HCD has been involved in the construction of Huoshenshan Hospital, the Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport terminal, the AsiaWorld-Expo temporary hospital and the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge.

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