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HWB advises on the IPO of ZACD Group
Submitted by // B Ho, Partner; D Che, Partner
16 January 2018


Howse Williams Bowers ("HWB"), a leading Hong Kong independent law firm, advised ZACD Group ("ZACD"), as the Hong Kong legal counsel, on its HK$160 million global offering and listing on the Growth Enterprises Market of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. 

ZACD is an asset manager headquartered in Singapore offering integrated solutions across the real estate value chain in Singapore and elsewhere in the Asia-Pacific region. It engages in investment management services, project consultancy and management services, property management and tenancy management services and financial advisory services. China Everbright Capital and Innovax Capital acted as joint sponsors while Zhongtai International Capital acted as financial adviser. The shares commenced trading on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on 16 January 2018.

The HWB team was led by partners, Brian Ho and Denise Che. The team had lead responsibility for legal documentation, corporate and regulatory issues, communication with the regulators and general transaction management.

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