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HWB advised CMBC Capital Finance Limited
Submitted by // A Yung, Partner
04 December 2018


Howse Williams Bowers ("HWB"), a leading Hong Kong independent law firm, advised CMBC Capital Finance Limited ("CMBCCF"), a direct wholly-owned subsidiary of CMBC Capital Holdings Limited (Stock Code: 1141) ("CMBC"), as lender in a term loan facility ("New Facility") to refinance an existing acquisition financing also granted by CMBCCF to China New Higher Education Group Limited (Stock Code: 2001) ("CNHEG"). Pursuant to the New Facility, CMBCCF has agreed to make available a term loan facility in the aggregate amount of HK$150,000,000 to CNHEG.

CMBC and its subsidiaries including CMBCCF are principally engaged in securities business, investment and financing, asset management and advisory business. CNHEG is a leading private formal higher education group in China and is principally engaged in higher education in a wide selection of fields in applied sciences.

The HWB team was led by partner, Antony Yung and assisted by associate, Sonya Mahbubani and trainee solicitor, Elizabeth Pong. The team had the lead responsibility on legal documentation, advising on corporate and legal issues and undertaking general transaction management. The team also advised CMBCCF on the original acquisition financing.

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