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Cayman law’s attraction to Asian investors

By Ann Ng, Sharon Yap and Nick Harrold, Maples Group

Why is the Cayman Islands drawing two-thirds of Japanese investment in overseas funds?

Tiantu debuts as first Chinese PE/VC firm to list on HKEX

O’Melveny, Grandall, Carey Olsen, HSF and Jia Yuan assisted Tiantu Capital in completing its USD144 million IPO on HKEX, making it the first mainland PE/VC company to list in the city

Newborn Town buys Chizicheng to acquire LGBTQ digital platform

Newborn Town acquired LGBTQ digital platform BlueCity and its affiliates from Chizicheng Strategy Investment, with advice from Haiwen & Partners, Jingtian & Gongcheng, and Harneys

Lender’s perspective on Cayman subscription facilities and ELPs

By Peter Vas and Wendy Au, Loeb Smith Attorneys

Carey Olsen, Zhong Lun in Smarter Micro’s STAR Market IPO

China’s Zhong Lun Law Firm and Carey Olsen advised Chinese chip design company Smarter Micro’s IPO on the Shanghai Stock Exchange STAR Market on 16 May, raising RMB1.5 billion (USD22.16 million)

Five law firms assist on Horizon Construction IPO in Hong Kong

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

Litigate or arbitrate: The continuing debate

By James Noble, Kate Lan and Yan Chng, Carey Olsen in Singapore

Carey Olsen’s Singapore team has considered the first reported BVI case on the court’s jurisdiction to determine a just and equitable winding-up application when faced with an arbitration agreement between parties

Cayman Islands BOR back in spotlight

By Anthony McKenzie, Rebecca Lee, Cheow Eng How, and Toh Wei Xun, Carey Olsen

Cayman companies are required to maintain beneficial ownership information in line with international standards to combat money laundering, tax evasion and terrorist financing

Tims China merges with Silver Crest to debut on Nasdaq

Tims China started to sell its shares on the Nasdaq after closing a merger with blank cheque company Silver Crest Acquisition Corp and at the same time received nearly USD200 million of additional financing

Debt restructuring in the BVI and Cayman Islands

By Han Wenhao, Harneys

Financial turmoil from the pandemic pushes global companies to restructure their debt cross-border, where advanced regimes in offshore jurisdictions provide viable options

Five firms steer MINISO’s dual-primary listing in Hong Kong

Global retailer MINISO Group has achieved its dual-primary listing on the Hong Kong bourse, raising USD72.2 million. Five law firms assisted in the listing

Mega Genomics raises HKD215.3m on debut

China’s largest consumer genetic testing platform Mega Genomics raised HKD215.3 million (USD27.6 million) from its IPO on the HKEX

Global IP specialist Peat joins Ogier

Ogier has strengthened its IP prowess with the hire of global IP expert Sophie Peat as partner

HKEX gong chimes as GoGoX goes public

China’s third largest online logistics platform has debuted on the Hong Kong bourse – a move that summoned the strike of the gong back to the trading floor

Deacons and Maples in Yoho HK listing

The IPO raised HKD115 million with Deacons advising Yoho Group in relation to the listing with Maples Group providing Cayman Islands counsel

Vision Deal gets nod as HK’s second SPAC listing

The HKEX listing of Vision Deal, a special purpose acquisition company backed by former Alibaba CEO David Wei, saw three firms advising in the HKD1 billion (USD127 million) transaction

NIO plugs into Singapore Exchange

Chinese electric carmaker NIO debuted on Singapore Exchange by way of introduction without raising funds to become a triple-listed company in Singapore, the US and Hong Kong

Firms advise in China’s first royalty-backed deal

Private equity R-Bridge Healthcare Fund struck a USD40 million royalty-backed financing for Yisheng Biopharma – making it the first deal of its type in China’s biopharmaceutical industry

Harneys lifts litigation strength in Shanghai

Harneys has appointed Han Wenhao as a partner in the litigation, bankruptcy and restructuring team at its Shanghai office

AllBright advises IKEA supplier listing in Taiwan

AllBright Law Offices advised on the first listing by an overseas company in Taiwan for more than a year and was the only mainland Chinese law firm working on the deal

Choosing between BVI and Cayman for going offshore

By Peter Vas, Loeb Smith Attorneys

Linklaters, Conyers spins China-Cayman first with Golden Wheel

With the approval of the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands, Golden Wheel Tiandi, a Hong Kong-listed and Jiangsu-based real estate company

Guide to BVI closed-ended investment funds

By Andrew Wood, Maples Group

In recent years the British Virgin Islands (BVI) has gained increasing popularity in the closed-ended sector of the industry.

Overview of Cayman Islands investment funds regime

By Robert Searle and James McKeon, Campbells in Hong Kong

Understanding red-chip structures in Cayman Islands

By Calamus Huang, Jessie Xu and Ericsson Yu, Harneys in Shanghai

New restructuring process for Cayman Islands

By Amelia Tan, James Noble and Vivian Siah, Carey Olsen in Singapore

SPAC IPO v traditional IPO: A Cayman perspective

By Matt Roberts and Richard Holden, Maples Group in Hong Kong

Continuing obligations of Cayman Islands private funds

By Elizabeth Kenny, Loeb Smith Attorneys

Regulation of crypto exchanges and other crypto services in Cayman

By Santiago Carvajal, Loeb Smith Attorneys

Cayman privatizations back in vogue

By David Lamb, Conyers Dill & Pearman

Fintech: Offshore regulations and trends in Asia

By Fiona Chan, Alison Thomson and Prabha Sasidharan, Appleby in Hong Kong

Enhancing Belt and Road through offshore structures

By Anthony Webster and Everton Robertson, Maples and Calder

Offshore funds for the Belt and Road

By Kristy Calvert and David Meredith, Harneys

Cayman continues as pre-eminent global offshore jurisdiction

By Matt Roberts, Maples and Calder

International Mining Machinery launches Hong Kong IPO

Walkers acted as Cayman Islands counsel, and Baker & McKenzie as Hong Kong and US counsel, to International Mining Machinery Holdings (IMM) on its recent HK$2.54 billion (US$327 million) Hong Kong initial public offering

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