Hayden Flinn

Hayden Flinn

Hayden Flinn is a Partner in the Corporate and Securities practice of our Hong Kong office. He has advised on a wide variety of corporate matters in the Asia Pacific region across a range of jurisdictions including Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia and the People's Republic of China. Hayden's practice also involves a range of dealings with the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission and the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong.

Who’s Who Legal: M&A and Governance 2015 describes Hayden as “a very strong adviser, who you always get the best out of.”

"Hayden Flinn is a well-recognised figure in the real estate funds world, and is also experienced in the authorised funds sphere. One client values how he "manages the whole process, calmly working things through in the face of time constraints and issues - nothing is a problem for him."" (Chambers Asia Pacific, 2015)

Hayden has a broad practice that covers private and public M&A, funds, including ETFs, and capital markets

Hayden has been working in Hong Kong for more than 15 years.

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Recent Matters

  • Acting for Pepper Australia on the acquisition of Prime Credit by a consortium led by Pepper Australia, China Travel Financial Holdings and York Capital.
  • Acting for Macquarie on the Everbright Macquarie joint venture fund to establish a US$1.5 billion infrastructure fund.
  • Acting for Frasers Property (China) Limited in connection with its proposed privatisation by way of a scheme of arrangement jointly by FCL (China) Pte. Ltd. and Riverbook Group Limited.
  • Acting for Telstra Corporation Limited on the restructure of Reach Ltd's USD1.2 billion syndicated term loan facility.
  • Acting for Standard Bank on a Hong Kong mortgage backed securitisation.
  • Acting on the formation of a property fund holding PRC properties.

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Legal insights

Investment funds and financial products tracking these indexes globally will now be mandated to invest in the China A-shares market from June 2018.

21 June 2017

MSCI’s decision in the upcoming review will ultimately be based on its Global Investable Markets Indexes Methodology, which includes 18 measures across its market accessibility criteria.

19 June 2017

Hong Kong Co-Chief Exec Hayden Flinn says Hong Kong can be an independent jurisdiction for the resolution of disputes on China's Belt and Road

19 June 2017

Asia Region Funds Passport, ASEAN CIS Framework and Mutual Recognition of Funds to shake up Asian retail funds market

17 September 2015

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