Howse Williams Bowers ("HWB"), a leading Hong Kong independent law firm, advised Halcyon Capital, the sole sponsor and Halcyon Securities, VMS Securities, Great Roc Capital Securities and KGI Capital Asia, the joint bookrunners and joint lead managers, as the Hong Kong legal counsel, on the HK$155 million listing of the shares of Trio Industrial Electronics Group Limited ("Trio") on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. The shares commenced trading on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on 23 November 2017.
Trio is an EMS provider founded in 1983 specialising in the manufacturing and sales of customised industrial electronic components and products, with headquarters in Hong Kong and production facilities in Nansha District, Guangzhou. It provides its customers with a comprehensive scope of services, from procurement of raw materials and manufacturing to product delivery. Its original equipment manufacturer products include: (i) electro-mechanical products; (ii) switch-mode power supplies; and (iii) smart chargers used in industrial electronic equipment.
The HWB team was led by partner, Brian Ho and consultant, Eddie Lee. The team had lead responsibility on legal documentation, providing advice on corporate and regulatory issues, communicating with the regulators and undertaking general transaction management.
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