Howse Williams Bowers ("HWB"), a leading Hong Kong independent law firm, advised China Huarong Overseas Investment Holdings Co., Limited ("China Huarong") as lender on the financing to Sansheng Hongye (Hong Kong) Limited, the offeror of the mandatory unconditional cash offers for all the issued shares and outstanding options of Henry Group Holdings Limited (Stock Code: 859), whose shares are limited on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, as the Hong Kong legal counsel. The amount of facility to be provided by China Huarong is HK$780 million.
China Huarong is a subsidiary of China Huarong Asset Management Co., Ltd., a company listed on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (Stock Code: 2799).
The HWB team was led by partners, Christopher Yu and Antony Yung. The team had lead responsibility on legal documentation, providing advice on corporate and regulatory issues and undertaking general transaction management.
HWB is pleased to be able to offer its clients one-stop capabilities in on advising on different aspects of Hong Kong Takeovers Code matters. The same HWB team has recently completed another Hong Kong Takeovers Code matter representing Bliss Chance Global Limited, a consortium bidding vehicle established by private equity firm Bison Capital and China Huarong Asset Management Co., Ltd, in the successful mandatory unconditional cash takeover RoadShow Holdings Limited.
Howse Williams Bowers is an independent law firm which combines the in-depth experience of its lawyers with a forward thinking approach.
Our key practice areas are corporate/commercial and corporate finance; commercial and maritime dispute resolution; clinical negligence and healthcare; insurance, personal injury and professional indemnity insurance; employment; family and matrimonial; property and building management; intellectual property; banking; financial services/corporate regulatory and compliance.
As an independent law firm we are able to minimise legal and commercial conflicts of interest and act for clients in every industry sector. The partners have spent the majority of their careers in Hong Kong and have a detailed understanding of international business and business in Asia.
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