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HW advises Grande Capital Ltd as the sole sponsor of Wei Yuan Holdings Ltd
Submitted by // C Yu, Partner
13 March 2020


Howse Williams ("HW"), a leading Hong Kong independent law firm, advised Grande Capital Limited (the "Sponsor") as the sole sponsor of Wei Yuan Holdings Limited (the "Company" or "Wei Yuan") on the HK$128 million listing of its shares on the Mainboard of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. This is HW’s fourth IPO in 2020.

The Company is a Singapore-based contractor specialising in the provision of civil engineering utilities works for almost three decades. The Company has grown from a boutique contractor engaged in power cable installation and road reinstatement works into a civil engineering utilities works provider for government and major corporates.

This is HW's fourth IPO in 2020. HW is proud to have played a part in helping the Company and the Sponsor navigate through the present challenging conditions, against the backdrop of the outbreak of COVID-19. This again reaffirms our firm's capability to be innovative and solution-oriented despite difficult circumstances. The HW team would like to take this opportunity to thank the Company and the Sponsor for placing their trust and confidence in HW.

The HW team was led by partner Christopher Yu who was supported by associates Salina Cheung and Vivian Chik.

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