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HWB advised on the Transfer of Listing of A.Plus Group Holdings Limited
Submitted by // C C Tan, Partner
11 January 2019


Howse Williams Bowers ("HWB"), a leading Hong Kong independent law firm, has advised A.Plus Group Holdings Limited (Stock Code on GEM: 8251; Stock Code on Main Board: 1841) ("A.Plus") on its transfer of listing from GEM to the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Red Sun Capital Limited acted as the sponsor. The shares commenced trading on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on 11 January 2019.

A.Plus is an established financial printing service provider in Hong Kong. It mainly provides typesetting, design, translation, printing and delivery services in relation to financial reports, announcements, shareholder circular, debt offering circulars, IPO prospectus and fund documents.

HWB is honoured and delighted to be part of another significant milestone for A.Plus. This transfer of listing is the second case to date which has been successfully approved under the streamlined process that requires the appointment of a sponsor. The firm was also previously involved in the listing of A.Plus on GEM in April 2016. The HWB team, led by partner Chia Ching Tan, had lead responsibility in legal documentation, corporate and regulatory issues and general transaction management.

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