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Allen & Overy is 'one of the best banking firms in Hong Kong', with its 'strong depth' in the local market being supported by a sizeable network that spans the wider Asia-Pacific region. Its team, which is led by Roger Lui, garners praise for its 'excellent client management' and 'speed of execution'. It covers the full spread of cross-border financing transactions for Chinese and international banks, alternative credit providers and corporates, among others. Lui was part of a cross-office team which acted for Credit Suisse in the provision of a bridge loan to a PRC company to finance the acquisition of 20 Canada Square in London. Vicki Liu was the lead adviser to Bank of China on its financing (along with BDO and PNB) of Udenna Group's acquisition of a company developing a logistics hub in the Clark Freeport Zone in the Philippines. Cindy Lo has a strong specialism in event-driven acquisition financing and structured financing transactions with a PRC element. The firm's work also spans other areas, including margin finance, real estate finance, syndicated loans and fund financings. Fiona Cumming and Patrick Wong are other notable partners. Senior associate Erica Wong is also recommended.

Clifford Chance has an outstanding reputation undertaking landmark and highly complex financing transactions in Greater China, and further afield across the Asia-Pacific region, for financial institutions and borrowers. Its wide-ranging expertise spans areas such as project finance, export credit finance, real estate finance and structured finance, among many others. Dauwood Malik, who has a focus on syndicated finance, assists the Asia Pacific Loan Market Association with drafting their template English and Hong Kong law primary documents for syndicated loans. Other key figures in the group include Matthew Truman, Anthony Wang, consultant Clara Shirota and senior associate Charlotte Leung, who were part of a cross-border group that recently advised the arrangers on the acquisition finance arrangements associated with the acquisition and privatisation of Global Logistic Properties by a consortium of investors. Another notable individual is Maggie Lo, who acted for Ping An Bank and China CITIC Bank as the arrangers on the financing of the acquisition of Wall Street English by CITIC Capital and Baring Private Equity Asia from Pearson. The firm also acts for clients such as Export-Import Bank of China, China Development Bank and CVC Asia Pacific. Consultant Vicky Ma is also highly recommended.

Linklaters' stellar credentials in highly complex and innovative transactions in China and throughout Asia are underpinned by its ability to marry a first-rate finance offering with strengths in ancillary areas. Complementing its core finance competences, the firm is at the forefront of the advice to clients on some of the market's most significant regulatory issues, particularly as they relate to the PRC. In addition, it is noted for its outstanding corporate and private equity practices, and has a standout reputation in highly sophisticated leveraged and acquisition finance transactions. In 2017, Frank Cui acted for Bank of China and Taishin International Bank in financing Blackstone's $225m privatisation of Global Sources. Asia managing partner Nathalie Hobbs acted for Bank of America Merrill Lynch in Belle International's high-profile privatisation. Davide Mencacci, Stuart Salt and David Kidd co-head the team, which also excels in structured lending transactions, margin loans, pre-IPO financings and cross-border debt restructurings, among other matters. Mencacci was recently the lead adviser to DBS Bank (as mandated lead arranger) on the $220m refinancing of Asia Satellite Telecommunications Holdings and its subsidiaries. In recent developments for the team, Matthew Worth was promoted to counsel, while James Warboys and Maggie Ng made partner. Counsels Bernard Chain and John Bona are other recommended individuals in the group, which has 'great depth across all levels of seniority'.

White & Case is highly sought-after by clients, owing to its prominence in the most significant and high-profile transactions in Greater China and the wider Asia-Pacific region. Its heavyweight multilingual Hong Kong team includes Asia-Pacific head Eric Berg, Baldwin Cheng, the 'impressive' Eugene Man and Andrew Bishop. The group has a wealth of experience across the full spectrum of transactions, attracting work from banks, non-bank credit providers, private equity houses and corporate borrowers. Cheng, Bishop and others recently acted for I Squared Capital in the provision of HK$7.1bn-worth of debt financing for its acquisition of Hutchison Global Communications; the deal represented the client's first-ever telecoms investment, and its first LBO in Asia. Cheng also advised a consortium led by Gaw Capital Partners on financing the HK$23bn acquisition of a portfolio of 17 retail shopping malls in Hong Kong from Link Real Investment Trust. Another name to note in the group is counsel Stephen Howard, who worked alongside Bishop to act for Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Nomura, Standard Chartered Bank and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (as mandated lead arrangers and lenders) in the acquisition of Trans Maldivian Airways by a consortium led by Bain Capital.

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer's¬†global footprint makes it a particularly strong choice for big-ticket cross-border deals.¬†Andrew Heathcote¬†leads the team, whose breadth of experience spans areas such as project finance, structured finance, real estate finance, leveraged and acquisition finance, and pre-IPO finance. The firm's prominence in the market sees it act for banks, corporate borrowers and private equity sponsors on significant transactions across a wide range of industries. Illustrative of the firm's strengths in multi-jurisdictional transactions,¬†Richard Perks,¬†Daniel French¬†and others¬†advised China-based electrical appliance manufacturer Midea on the refinancing of a ‚ā¨4.6bn bridge loan to finance its acquisition of Frankfurt Stock Exchange-listed robotics company Kuka. In addition, Perks assisted a company backed by Permira funds with the financing aspects of its $835m acquisition of Tricor Holdings; the transaction involved 12 jurisdictions.¬†On the lender side,¬†Thomas Ng¬†has been assisting ICBC with negotiating multiple facilities into the Maldives region, which recently included the provision of a $369m export credit facility to Housing Development Corporation to finance the construction of public sector housing. Other clients include Deutsche Bank, China Eximbank and Citibank.

Kirkland & Ellis, whose debt finance practice in Asia is led by David Irvine, provides support to private equity houses, credit funds and corporates on a full suite of financing products across the Asia-Pacific region. Irvine's team was strengthened in 2017 by the arrival of Jacqueline Zheng from Ropes & Gray LLP. Zheng has hit the ground running since the move; a recent highlight saw her advise MicroPort Scientific on the financing aspects of its acquisition of CRM Business from LivaNova. Another notable practitioner is Daniel Abercromby, who is particularly active in financing transactions with a nexus to South and Southeast Asia; Abercromby worked with Irvine to advise affiliates of Bain Capital Private Equity on the leveraged finance aspects of its circa $1bn investment in Axis Bank; this deal represented one of the largest-ever private equity investments in the Indian banking sector. As part of a cross-office, multidisciplinary team, another standout highlight saw Irvine and David Couper advise a consortium of investors on the leveraged finance associated with its proposed $11.6bn acquisition of Singapore-listed logistics company Global Logistic Properties. Irvine's group also advises clients on various other types of products, including margin loans, pre-IPO credit investments, loan portfolio acquisitions. and commodity and export credit agency-backed finance. Daniel Lindsey has moved to Goodwin.

Latham & Watkins fields a team of Hong Kong, English and US law experts, making it an excellent choice for transactions of the utmost complexity and significance in Greater China and across the Asia Pacific region. It is particularly strong in the leveraged and acquisition finance space, as was illustrated in 2017 when Gary Hamp and counsel Manas Chandrashekar acted as borrower's and sponsor's counsel to Warburg Pincus on its proposed $8bn bid to acquire Global Logistic Properties; this was one of the largest leveraged acquisition financings ever put together in Asia. In addition, another notable deal saw Hamp work with other offices to assist Baring Private Equity Asia, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and Fugue Finance with a highly complex, multi-tier international financing connected with the acquisition of Nord Anglia Education. Hamp also advised Partners Group on the financing aspects of its $235m LBO of Phillipines-based SPi Global. Elsewhere, the team has expertise in syndicated lending and bridge-to-bond financings, among other matters. Hamp covers inbound and outbound Asia-related transactions, while Howard Lam, who is bilingual in English and Mandarin, has a strong focus on China-related financing transactions. In addition to acting for sponsors and borrowers, the firm is also active in work for lenders; clients include Credit Suisse, HSBC, Bank of China and Morgan Stanley.

Norton Rose Fulbright's team has a strong track record undertaking a wide ambit of financing transactions for clients across a multitude of industries. Led by Peter Haslam, who has been at the firm for more than 30 years, the group serves as a trusted adviser on domestic and multi-jurisdictional deals to a diverse portfolio of clients; Haslam also has particular experience in advising on deals in Bangladesh. Elsewhere, the firm is seeing increased opportunities to advise clients on matters arising from Hong Kong's growing fintech sector. Finance transactions connected with the Belt and Road Initiative are another growth area. David Milligan is also recommended.

Baker McKenzie's 'responsive and very experienced' team, which is jointly led by Andrew Lockhart and Barry Cheng, provides an end-to-end service to clients on a wide variety of transactions, including those connected with syndicated loans, project finance, structured finance and acquisition and trade finance. Lockhart and Allen Ng have a notable specialism in aviation finance. Other names to note in the group are Sally Hung and associate Karine Chan, who recently acted for Crédit Agricole in the provision of a $420m syndicated term loan facility to Bluestar Finance Holdings as part of a group refinancing. In 2017, Hung and Chan also advised a syndicate of lenders (led by Mizuho Bank) on the provision of a $390m offshore syndicated loan to the Macau branch of Bank of Communications. Simon Leung is another key practitioner in the group, which also counts ING Bank, Natixis and ARA Asset Management as other active clients. May Tse is a recommended associate. Harvey Lau has retired from private practice.

DLA Piper's banking practice has gained momentum, following a number of key hires in 2017. Matthias Schemuth, who joined from Ashurst in February 2017, heads up the team, which was strengthened by the more recent arrivals of Douglas Murning and of counsel Tom Van Hoof from Kirkland & Ellis and Watson Farley & Williams respectively. The group has served as a trusted adviser to clients in a number of highly complex domestic and cross-border transactions, as was evidenced when Schemuth and Van Hoof acted for ANZ (as arranger) and a syndicate of 20 banks on the $200m financing to China Water Affairs for the development, construction and purchase of water-integrated projects in the PRC. Schemuth has also acted for Rabobank in a series of domestic Hong Kong and cross-border commodities finance transactions. Paul Lee is advising Huatai Financial Holdings as financial adviser on its HK$3.5bn financing of the privatisation of Bloomage BioTechnology from the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Head of energy Carolyn Dong is another key figure.

Herbert Smith Freehills' team is noted for its 'depth of experience and solution-driven approach', and it acts for a broad base of clients, such as Chinese and international corporates, funds and global financial institutions. The firm's prominence in the market sees its advise clients on financings in Hong Kong and throughout the Asia-Pacific region. Alexander Aitken, who has led the Hong Kong group for ten years, specialises in cross-border secured lending transactions involving companies, infrastructure, real estate and projects. Aitken is particularly active in the Hong Kong, PRC and Indian finance markets. Another notable figure is Ellen Mao, who is dual-qualified to practise in the US and PRC. Aitken and Mao recently advised ICBC as agent, arranger and original lender on a $100m facility for the construction of the Nam Phoun hydropower station in Laos. Aitken was also the lead adviser to Triple Wise Asset Holdings (a subsidiary of China Construction Bank) on the provision of a $60m term loan facility to Singapore Stock Exchange-listed company City Neon Holdings. China Minsheng Bank, ANZ and Bank of Baroda are also clients.

Hogan Lovells' team is adept in handling highly structured, cross-border financing transactions for PRC-based and international banks and borrowers. The group includes a number of practitioners who are fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin, making them well-placed to advise on onshore and offshore financing transactions; notable practitioners include counsel Louise Leung, senior associate Jenny Yim and Chris Mills. Senior associate Shantay Cong splits her practice between Hong Kong and Shanghai. Practice head Owen Chan has a wealth of experience in areas such as acquisition finance, real estate finance, structured finance and debt restructuring. A recent highlight saw Chan and Yim act as the lead counsel to a syndicate of 24 banks, led by Bank of China, in the provision of multiple currency facilities to Hong Kong Stock Exchange-listed gas service operator ZhongYu Gas Group as part of a debt refinancing. In addition, Chan and senior associate Alan Wong advised a syndicate of banks on the provision of $4.65bn term and revolving loan facilities to Tencent Asset Management. The firm's market profile enables it to attract work from other clients, including Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ), Agricultural Bank of China, China Development Bank and Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Allan Wardrop recently left to join Sidley Austin.

King & Wood Mallesons¬†serves as a one-stop shop for domestic and cross-border banking and finance advice, with its team being able to advise banks and borrowers on issues from a Hong Kong, PRC, English and Australian law perspective. The firm has been a key fixture of the Hong Kong market for nearly 30 years and it also has 'a strong presence in the PRC', which enables it to deliver 'seamless service' to clients. Practice head¬†Richard Mazzochi¬†has 35 years of banking and finance experience; in addition to practising in Hong Kong, he has also previously worked in London, Singapore and Sydney. Mazzochi recently acted for HSH Financial Services (a subsidiary of Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels) as borrower in the negotiation of a ¬£650m loan for the construction of the Peninsula London project, consisting of the Peninsula London hotel and a number of residential apartments. Also recommended is¬†David Lam, who¬†has been a leading name in the Hong Kong office's support of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), and is an active participant in its partnership with the Infrastructure Financing Facilitation Office of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority. Lam's experience of BRI-related financing deals spans countries such as Vietnam, Cambodia and Sri Lanka, among others. Beyond BRI-related transactions, one of Lam's recent highlights involved advising Haitong International Securities on the provision of ‚ā¨38m bridge finance to support the Gangtai Group's acquisition of Buccellati. The firm's other clients include Comsys Financial Leasing, China EXIM and ICBC. Counsel¬†Khin Voong¬†is 'very knowledgeable about fundamental banking concepts' and is¬†'very pleasant to work with'.

Mayer Brown's position in the banking sphere is reflected by the fact that it acts for many of the world's largest banks; it also has an outstanding reputation among borrower clients. The arrival of Doo-Soon Choi from Ashurst in 2016 has strengthened the firm's offering in relation to complex, cross-border multi-tiered financing transactions. Choi's experience spans multiple sectors, including real estate, healthcare, mining, and oil and gas. In addition, the firm further bolstered its practice recently, by hiring Hallam Chow from White & Case. Chow has particular experience in acting for Chinese banks and state-owned enterprises (SOEs) on innovative, landmark inbound and outbound transactions. Richard Stock heads the team, which also includes Fanny Wang and Francis Chen. Reflective of the firm's ability to draw upon expertise across practices in particularly complex matters, in 2017 Choi and capital markets specialists Jason Elder and Thomas Kollar assisted Indika Energy with a $575m senior notes issuance as part of a larger 'bridge-to-bond' acquisition financing. Wang was also the lead adviser to Bank of China (Hong Kong) on a $688m syndicated loan facility to Pace Ascend to part-finance the acquisition of New Grade Investments from Greater Honour, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Wharf (Holdings). Another highlight involved acting for United Overseas Bank on the provision of two bilateral loan facilities (total value $206m) to a subsidiary of a real estate investment fund for the purpose of acquiring properties in Hong Kong for redevelopment into commercial premises. Associate Dion Yu is recommended.

Equally strong on borrower and lender mandates, Paul Hastings LLP has a focus on finance transactions that fall outside the scope of traditional bank lending structures, and which require innovative solutions. Led by Brett King, the team has a notable strength in areas such as real estate finance, leveraged finance and project finance. King's group includes James Ma, who is advising COSCO Shipping Holdings on the $4.3bn financing to part-fund its circa $6.3bn acquisition of Orient Overseas (International). In 2017, David Blumenfeld assisted ICBC International with the provision of $160m to D&J Industrial for the acquisition of Xingchuang Technique Plaza (also known as Innov Star). Vivian Lam  is another key partner.

Ropes & Gray LLP, whose team is praised by clients for its 'strong industry knowledge', bolstered its offering in February 2018 by hiring Jackie Kahng from Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP. Kahng handles a wide variety of transactions for borrower clients active across the Asia-Pacific region, including blue-chip corporates as well as private equity sponsors and their portfolio companies. Her areas of expertise include acquisition finance, real estate finance and other transactions involving mezzanine and asset-based facilities. Kahng is advising TPG Capital on the financing arrangements associated with its joint venture with China Lodging Group. Daniel Anderson heads up the practice.

Slaughter and May's team has an excellent reputation in large, complex financing matters. Peter Lake co-heads the practice with Lisa Chung.

Soo-Jin Shim leads Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP's team in Asia. Shim advises private equity sponsors and corporate borrowers (including Chinese outbound investors) on their most strategically important and structurally challenging financing requirements, and assists financial institutions with their most complex transactions. Shim is particularly active in cross-border matters involving margin loans and leveraged and acquisition finance transactions, and she also has expertise in financings connected with corporate restructurings. Associate Rick Wei is another notable individual in the team, which recently assisted Hong Kong-listed PRC company Shandong Weigao Group Medical Polymer with the financing aspects of its acquisition of US company Argon Medical Devices Holdings. Another highlight involved advising Baring Private Equity Asia and MBK Partners on the $200m bridge-to-bond facilities associated with the take-private of eHi Car Services by a consortium of investors; this is one of the first bridge-to-bond financings of its kind in Asia. Advent International, Hillhouse Capital and TPG Capital are among other active clients. Counsel Eng-Lye Ong left to join Dechert.

Ashurst's banking offering was bolstered recently by the arrival of Eric Tan and Daniel Lau from Fangda Partners and Allen & Overy respectively. The team handles complex transactions for regional and international financial institutions, alternative credit providers, corporates and private equity houses. Its varied workload includes transactions involving structured finance, leveraged buyout and acquisition finance, real estate finance and syndicated lending. The new arrivals have made a significant impact on the practice; Lau, Tan, Jini Lee and others acted as Hong Kong counsel to CHMT Peaceful Development Asia Property on a $4.1bn bank-bond financing associated with the acquisition of The Center (the world's most expensive building). In addition, Lau was the lead adviser to China Merchants Bank (as arranger) and CMB International Finance (as security agent) on the provision of a loan to cryptocurrency business Canaan Creative (HK) Holdings. Another area of strength for the firm is margin loan work, where it acts for clients such as Chinese banks, asset managers and securities firms. Counsel Steven Choo has more than 20 years of banking and finance experience in Asia, the UK and Australia.

Independent Hong Kong law firm Deacons has a long history in the banking and finance sector, which has made it a first port of call for many multinationals (including a number of the largest companies based in Greater China) and financial institutions active in the Asia-Pacific region. On the transactional front, its team handles a varied workload spanning areas such as acquisition finance, structured trade finance, project finance, syndicated and bilateral lending. As a genuinely full-service banking practice, it also advises on anti-money laundering, data privacy, consumer protection and licensing (in relation to stored value facility providers, money brokers and money service operators), among other matters. The firm is also increasingly sought-after to advise on initial coin offerings and cryptocurrency issues. Team head Simon Deane, who has more than 30 years of legal experience, is a member of the Documentation Committee of the Asia Pacific Loan Markets Association (APLMA). Deane is also a member of the Hong Kong Law Society's Anti-Money Laundering Committee. Philip Gilligan and Teresa Lau are the other highly regarded partners in the group. In addition to generating standalone mandates, the firm's prominence in the market makes it a go-to for referral work from other firms, particularly where Hong Kong law expertise is required. Senior associate Farrah Lam is a name to note.

Eversheds Sutherland generates a consistent flow of repeat work from banks and corporate borrowers, thanks to its coverage of a wide ambit of financing transactions across the general commercial banking spectrum. One of the firm's main areas of strength is trade finance; within this space, Asia practice head Michael Yau is knowledgeable about account receivables financing, supply chain financing and structured trade finance. Real estate finance is another notable pillar of the firm's practice, with its team undertaking a significant amount of transactional work for PRC/Hong Kong real estate developers. The firm also draws upon its strengths in areas such as construction, corporate and tax to assist a wide range of parties (including sponsors, lenders and investors) with project finance transactions. Yau's team includes Samuel Chau, who has 20 years of banking and finance experience. Another notable individual is Jae Lemin, who has significant experience of the renewable energy sector. China CITIC Bank and China Vanke are among the key clients.

Jones Day's practice is led by Graham Lim, who relocated from the firm's New York office in 2012, and has also previously worked at the London and Singapore offices. Active in both borrower and lender representations, Lim's team has a notably first-rate reputation in complex project finance transactions, particularly those involving emerging markets; sectors of activity include energy, natural resources, infrastructure and technology. It also undertakes a particularly significant amount of work related to acquisition and leveraged finance. Other areas of activity include real estate finance, trade finance and distressed debt transactions. In 2017, Lim acted for China Development Bank in the provision of financing to the Government of Ghana for the Western Corridor Gas Infrastructure Development Project. Another highlight involved assisting China Orient Asset Management with financing Warburg Pincus' acquisition of a controlling stake in pan-Asian logistics provider ESR Cayman. Great Wall Asset Management, JinkoSolar and DBS Bank are among other active clients.

Reed Smith Richards Butler's local law expertise is complemented by its international reach, making it well-suited to handle domestic transactions, as well as cross-border financings spanning Asia, the US, Europe and the Middle East. The firm's full-service approach to the practice means that it handles the full spectrum of financing types across a wide range of industries for corporates and lenders. Although its team is particularly strong in asset finance deals, its workload also includes advice on pre-IPO finance, cross-border debt restructurings, and bilateral and syndicated loans. Chris Tang and Peter Lee jointly lead the team, which has been particularly active recently in financings connected with property acquisitions, property development and construction. Senior associate Michael Sinn is also recommended.

Simmons & Simmons LLP's Hong Kong team operates as part of a broader practice in the Asia-Pacific region, with the firm also fielding banking and finance specialists in Singapore and Beijing.  Its ability to run transactions across offices is a key factor in the firm winning work from new clients, as well as generating new instructions from existing ones. A major area of strength for the Hong Kong  is structured trade and commodities finance; Richard McKeown and Jolyon Ellwood-Russell both have expertise in this area. Fund finance and leveraged finance transactions are also core pillars of the practice, as are pre-IPO financings and margin lending transactions. Elsewhere, the firm is becoming increasingly active in the fintech arena, where it advises banks on payment and cross-border settlement processes. Clients such as Standard Chartered Bank, Rabobank, Société Générale and Agricultural Bank of China turn to the firm for banking-related advice. In addition, the team also generates work from borrowers. Supervising associate Catherine Kwong is recommended.

Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP's market-leading corporate practice is a major driver of the firm's finance work, which is primarily borrower-side. The banking team, which supports corporate borrowers on the financing aspects of their acquisition transactions, including going-private acquisitions. It also advises on leveraged finance, bridge finance, margin loans, and derivatives and structured finance, among other types of transactions. Rough recently acted as the lead adviser to a group of buyers on financing the take-private of JA Solar. Of counsel John Hartley has joined from Gibson Dunn. Clive Rough retired from the practice in December 2018.

Stephenson Harwood's practice and market profile have grown since it hired King Tak Fung and a trade finance team from Eversheds Sutherland in 2016, and also promoted Elton Chan to partner in 2017. The firm is highly regarded by PRC and international banks (and other financial institutions), as well as borrowers. Mark Reed leads the team, which acts for a sizeable number of the largest and most active market participants, such as Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Bank of China and Bank of East Asia. In addition to handling trade finance matters, Reed's group also advises borrowers and lenders on many other types of finance transactions, including syndicated lending (secured and unsecured), pre-IPO finance and real estate finance. Stephanie Wong's wide-ranging expertise includes ship finance transactions. In addition to handling financing deals, Reed also assists financial institutions with various specialist issues, such as bank mergers, employment and financial services regulatory matters. Reed and senior associate Katherine Liu advise Hong Kong-based e-wallet and remittance service provider TNG (Asia) on a wide variety of ongoing regulatory issues associated with its operations, such as data privacy, securities and anti-money laundering.

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