Anthony Wan

Anthony Wan

Anthony is a partner in our Hong Kong office where he specialises in corporate finance, cross border mergers and acquisitions, public takeovers and equity capital markets. He has more than twelve years of experience advising clients in relation to transactions in Hong Kong, China and elsewhere in Asia.

Anthony is admitted as a solicitor in Hong Kong. Prior to joining KWM, Anthony was at a leading PRC law firm, and before that a magic circle law firm in Hong Kong. Anthony is also a chartered accountant with six years of experience at a major international accounting firm, where he advised financial institution clients including retail banks, international investment banks and asset management companies on audit/assurance and internal control matters. He is fluent in Cantonese, Mandarin and English.

Recent equity capital market experience includes representing*:

  • Goldman Sachs and Guangfa Securities (Hong Kong) on Guangfa Securities’ US$4 billion H share listing and global offering
  • CICC, Merrill Lynch and ABCI on CGN Power’s US$3.2 billion H share listing and global offering
  • CICC, BOCI and ABCI on Harbin Bank’s US$1.1 billion H share listing and global offering
  • Goldman Sachs and BOCI on China Shengmu Organic Milk’s US$140 million listing and global offering
  • Huadian Fuxin Energy on its US$317 million H share listing and global offering where CITIC Securities, UBS and Merrill Lynch were the joint global coordinators

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  • Morgan Stanley on PW MedTech’s US$188 million listing and global offering
  • Merrill Lynch on ArtGo Mining’s US$114 million listing and global offering
  • Hengshi Mining on its US$143 million listing and global offering where Merrill Lynch and Credit Suisse were the joint sponsors
  • China Aluminum International Engineering on its US$220 million H share listing and global offering where CICC was the sole sponsor
  • CICC, UBS and RBS on Guodian Technology & Environment Group’s US$300 million H share listing and global offering
  • PetroChina, Kunlun Energy, CNOOC, Hilong Holdings, Sunfonda Group, ArtGo Mining, China Construction Bank, China Longyuan Power, China Resources Gas, Zhejiang Expressway, Beijing Capital International Airport, Longfor Properties and Little Sheep on their post-listing compliance matters

Recent mergers and acquisitions experience includes representing*:

  • Northeast Tiger Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. on its mandatory cash general offer
  • Aluminum Corporation of China on its CAD925 million’s acquisition of 60% equity interest in SouthGobi Resources
  • The Bank of East Asia on its potential acquisition of a micro-finance institution in Cambodia
  • Government of Singapore Investment Corporation (GIC) on its participation with COFCO in a real estate project in Yantai, Shandong Province, the PRC
  • Government of Singapore Investment Corporation (GIC) on its investment in a real estate project in Shanghai, the PRC

Recent bloc trades, top-up placing and share placement experience includes representing*:

  • Dalian Port on its issue of no more than 1,475,400,000 new H shares
  • Goldman Sachs on Li & Fung’s HK$2.8 billion top-up placing
  • Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and UBS on Shimao Properties’ HK$5.47 billion top-up placing
  • Citigroup and UBS on CITIC Resources Holdings’ HK$1.4 billion top-up placing
  • Sinoland on its HK$4.31 billion top-up placing

*Includes transactions completed prior to joining KWM

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Legal insights

The SFC recently started proceedings in the MMT against a listed company for its failure to make timely disclosure of price sensitive inside info.

14 December 2018

Read on for issues that biotech companies should watch out when planning a listing by Ch.18A of the HK Main Board.

28 September 2018

HKEX concludes on its consultation on Review of the Corporate Governance Code and Related Listing Rules and Guidance for Boards and Directors.

07 August 2018

In this article, we will provide a quick synopsis of the key changes to the basic listing requirements of the GEM and Main Board, and an idea of where the proposed changes could have most impact.

22 June 2017

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