Asifma Block Trade Agreement

Craig Dally, corporate partner for Linklaters, has worked with a number of leading investment banks in the region in many of the major blocs and has been at the forefront of various reforms to the block trade sector, including the establishment and revision of an industrial block agreement developed with ASIFMA. the Independent Regional Trade Association, which promotes the development of capital markets in Asia. He said: “The work on this transaction has been particularly pleasing, as we have had the opportunity to continue to explore the potential of these structures.” Linklaters has consistently maintained the position of market leaders in block trade consultation. In 2017, the company advised some of the largest block operations in Hong Kong, including Shanghai Fosun Pharma, Huaneng Renewables, HKT Ltd., China CITIC Bank Corp Ltd., ANTA Sports Products Ltd. and UK Rusal. Standardized block agreements between Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Indonesia, the Philippines and India. Industry Form Investor Investor Confidentiality Agreement, in simplified Chinese and English version. Prepared with the kind support of Herbert Smith Freehills and Norton Rose Fulbright. Any person who uses the document is deemed to be read, understood and accepted under the conditions laid down. Global law firm Linklaters advised a large investment bank in its role as investment agent in the secondary sale by hua Hong Semiconductor Limited`s majority shareholder, Sino-Alliance International, Ltd (a company listed on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange Limited with code 1347). The transaction process used an approach that included an announcement before launch — a very transparent new strategy that is emerging in the Hong Kong market in deals of this type. . Prepared with the kind support of Kirkland & Ellis and Latham & Watkins.

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