Asian Deals

Australia
HSF, Ashurst on $1.4B Aussie Mining Deal

By Tom Brennan |

The combination of Independence Group and Sirius Resources would create a copper, gold and nickel miner with a total market capitalization of $2.1 billion and a handful of major projects in Western Australia.

Australia
Morgan Lewis on CalPERS's APAC Infrastructure Play

By Tom Brennan |

U.S. pension fund California Public Employees' Retirement System is investing $764 million in an Asia Pacific infrastructure portfolio that will be managed by Australian investment company QIC Ltd.

Malaysia
Cleary, Clifford Chance on Malakoff's $769M IPO

By Tom Brennan |

Malaysia's largest independent power company held the country’s biggest initial public offering in close to three years.

Nuclear Power Plant in China

China
Beijing's Tianyuan on China National Nuclear Power $2.7B Shanghai IPO

By Anna Zhang |

The state-owned nuclear power company has secured an approval for what will be the largest IPO mainland China has seen since China Everbright Bank's $3.6 billion Shanghai listing in 2010.

Hong Kong
Dealmaker Spotlight: Latham & Watkins’ Cathy Yeung

By Anna Zhang |

So far in 2015, Yeung has already advised the largest three IPOs and the largest follow-on offer in Hong Kong

Australia
Deal Watch: Weil, Wachtell Dial Up for Verizon's $4.4 Billion AOL Buy

By Jennifer Henderson |

Verizon Communication Inc. cites AOL Inc.'s market success in digital content and advertising platforms as reasons behind the purchase. Also in this week's roundup of deals worth $1 billion or more: Williams' acquisition of its master limited partnership Williams Partners in an all-stock deal valued at $13.8 billion, led by Gibson Dunn and Baker Botts.

China, Hong Kong
Norton Rose Fulbright Advises China Taiping Insurance on $1.74B Placement

By Tom Brennan |

The state-owned company is raising money to further grow its existing insurance businesses.

China
DLA on Fosun's $1.8B U.S. Insurance Buy

By Anna Zhang |

The Shanghai-based conglomerate is acquiring the remaining 80 percent of Ironshore that it doesn’t already own in an effort to ramp up its insurance portfolio.

Malaysia
Linklaters, Clifford Chance on Malaysia's $1.5B Sukuk

By Tom Brennan |

The Magic Circle firms once again have the lead roles on the Southeast Asian country's latest Islamic bond deal, its first since 2011.

India
Davis Polk Advises Daiichi as It Exits Sun Pharma Stake

By Tom Brennan |

Japan's Daiichi Sankyo has raised about $3.2 billion by shedding the 9 percent of Sun Pharma it received when it sold Ranbaxy Labs to the Mumbai-based company earlier this month.

Hong Kong
Latham, Kirkland Act for China Galaxy on $3.1B Share Sale

By Anna Zhang |

The Beijing-based brokerage is raising money to fund its securities-lending business as the country's stock markets continue to rally.

Australia
Weil Advises Iron Mountain on $2.1B Aussie Acquisition

By Tom Brennan |

The Boston-based data storage company has struck a deal to buy Australia's Recall Holdings, with Sidley Austin acting for the target.

Pakistan
Latham, Cleary Lead Habib Bank's $1B Share Sale

By Tom Brennan |

The government sold its entire stake in Pakistan's largest bank as part of an effort to boost the country's economy, including its foreign exchange reserves.

China
Orrick, Skadden on Latest Take-Private for U.S.-Listed Chinese Company

By Anna Zhang |

Perfect World will be the third Chinese gaming company, including Giant Interactive and Shanda Games, to delist in the last 18 months in the face of low valuations from investors.

Australia
Allens on Australian Telecom M2's Rival Bid for iiNet

By Tom Brennan |

M2 is trying to elbow out TPG Telecom with a $1.27 billion offer for the Perth-based DSL company.

South Korea
DLA Piper Advises Groupon on Korean Unit Stake Sale

By Tom Brennan |

Kirkland & Ellis and Weil, Gotshal & Manges are acting for KKR & Co. and Anchor Equity Partners on their investment in South Korea's Ticket Monster Inc.

China, Singapore, Australia, Netherlands, Norway, United Kingdom, Israel, Canada
Deal Watch: Big Firm Pharma Deal Flow Continues With Teva’s Mylan Bid

By Jennifer Henderson |

Big Pharma leads the list of billion-dollar deals this week with a $40 billion, unsolicited bid made by Israel’s Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. for fellow generic-drug maker Mylan N.V.

China
Hollywood and China: An International Buddy Movie

By Anthony Paonita |

Hollywood wants the box office riches; Chinese companies want Hollywood techniques. Sister publication Corporate Counsel talks to Manatt, Phelps & Phillips partner Lindsay Conner about how the two are coming together.

China
Ropes, Cleary, Paul Hastings on Cirque du Soleil Deal

By Tom Brennan |

U.S. private equity giant TPG Capital and Shanghai-based Fosun International are buying into the Canadian entertainment company and plan to launch the business in China.

China
Skadden, Kirkland on $1.6B Deal Between China’s ‘Craigslists’

By Anna Zhang |

China's 58.com and Ganji.com are letting go of a 10-year-old rivalry and joining forces.

China
Simpson Thacher, Freshfields Lead $2.5B Alibaba Deal

By Anna Zhang |

The Hangzhou-based ecommerce giant is transferring its Tmall online pharmacy to its Hong Kong-listed healthcare subsidiary in exchange for a combination of shares and debt.

Singapore
Allen & Gledhill, WongPartnership on $2.6B Take-Private Deal

By Anna Zhang |

Singaporean oil rig builder Keppel Corp. is delisting its property development arm in a bid to diversify revenues.

China, Hong Kong
Latham, Clifford Chance Advise on GF Securities $3.6B IPO

By Tom Brennan |

The Chinese brokerage ranks as the biggest initial public offering so far this year in Asia.

Australia
Clifford Chance on Apache’s $2.1B Australian Divestment

By Anna Zhang |

Four months after the Houston-based oil and gas giant sold two offshore assets to Woodside Petroleum for $2.8 billion, Apache has turned again to the Magic Circle firm to unload its entire Australian division.

China, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Canada
Deal Watch: Magic Circle, Am Law Firms Advise on $70 Billion Royal Dutch Shell Deal

By Jennifer Henderson |

Oil and gas tops off the week's list of billion-dollar deals, with Royal Dutch Shell plc's $70 billion acquisition of BG Group plc.

Singapore
Freshfields, Linklaters on DBS's Billion-Dollar Partnership with Manulife

By Tom Brennan |

The two companies have struck an exclusive agreement that would see DBS sell Manulife's insurance products through the bank's 200 branches in Asia.

Malaysia
Watson Farley, A&O on SapuraKencana's $2.3B Islamic Debt Deal

By Tom Brennan |

Malaysia's largest oil and gas services company is refinancing part of a $5.5 billion credit facility it took on last year.

Australia
Ropes, Sullivan & Cromwell Lead MYOB's $636M IPO

By Tom Brennan |

Bain Capital is selling some of its shares in the Australian enterprise software company four years after buying it from Archer Capital for $1.3 billion.

China, Hong Kong
Kirkland on TCM's $930M Share Sale

By Tom Brennan |

State-owned China Traditional Chinese Medicine is selling shares to a group of investors to fund its acquisition of Jiangyin Tianjiang Pharmaceutical.

China
US Business Opportunities in China's Clean Energy Sector

By Barbara Yu Levy |

Companies that play it smart will be well positioned to leverage recent political developments and China's demand for low-cost renewable energy technologies into safe, lucrative and long-term business opportunities.

China, Australia
KWM, HSF on $846M Aussie Mining Deal

By Tom Brennan |

Chinese state-owned Guangdong Rising Assets Management Co. has made an offer to acquire Australian copper miner PanAust Ltd.

China, Hong Kong
Latham, Sullivan & Cromwell on Fuyao Glass $953M IPO

By Anna Zhang |

The car window maker’s initial public offering is the biggest so far this year in Hong Kong.

Australia, United Kingdom
Slater & Gordon Offers $947M for U.K. Claims Processor

By Anna Zhang |

Arnold Bloch Leibler is Australian counsel to Slater, while London-based Macfarlanes is advising on English law.

China
Norton Rose Fulbright on $5.5B Chinese Real Estate Deal

By Anna Zhang |

Hong Kong-listed China Overseas Land acquired properties in 12 cities from its state-owned parent China Construction.

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China, Italy
Clifford Chance Leads ChemChina’s $7.7B Italian Tire Buy

By Anna Zhang |

China's Jun He Law Offices, Italy's Pedersoli e Associati, Linklaters and Latham & Watkins are among the others working on what will be the largest overseas acquisition by a Chinese state-owned enterprise since the $15 billion CNOOC-Nexen deal in 2012.

Malaysia
Cleary, Milbank on Petronas' $5B Bond Sale

By Tom Brennan |

The Malaysian state-owned energy company sold a mix of Islamic and conventional notes to raise cash in the wake of tumbling oil prices.

Katniss Everdeen, a character in The Hunger Games movies.

China
O'Melveny on $375M Chinese Investment into Lions Gate

By Anna Zhang |

The studio behind blockbuster hits such as "The Hunger Games" and "Twilight" will receive funding for a quarter of its expected movies over the next three years from popular Chinese television producer Hunan TV.

China
MoFo, Wilson Sonsini on Chinese Investors' $640M Take-Private Deal

By Anna Zhang |

Shanghai-based Summitview Capital is leading a Chinese consortium to buy U.S. chipmaker Integrated Silicon Solutions Inc. and delisted it from the Nasdaq.

Australia, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Canada
Deal Watch: Skadden Advising Endo and Valeant, With Both Vying for Salix

By Jennifer Henderson |

Our latest roundup of transactions in the United States and around the world sees Sullivan & Cromwell, Skadden, Freshfields and Davis Polk take the lead for companies in the analytics, entertainment and pharmaceutical sectors.

Australia
Minter Ellison, K&L Gates Lead $1B Broadband Deal in Oz

By Tom Brennan |

If successful, TPG Telecom Ltd.’s acquisition of iiNet Ltd. would create the second-largest fixed-line internet services provider in Australia.

Australia, Ireland, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Canada
Deal Watch: AbbVie's $21B Pharma Buy, NXP in $12B Tech Acquisition, Plus More

By Jennifer Henderson |

Big Pharma tops our latest roundup of deals worth $1 billion or more, with AbbVie Inc. agreeing to purchase cancer-drug maker Pharmacyclics Inc. for $21 billion. NXP Semiconductors, based in the Netherlands, will acquire Austin's Freescale for $11.8 billion.

Hong Kong
Freshfields Advising on HKBN's $750M IPO

By Tom Brennan |

Investors CVC Capital and GIC are cashing out of some of their stakes in Hong Kong's second-largest broadband internet provider.

China
Grandall on Chinese Brokerage’s $1.6B Shanghai IPO

By Anna Zhang |

Citigroup joint venture partner Orient Securities is going public amidst a rush of planned listings in China.

Hong Kong
Debevoise on $4B Asian Private Equity Fund

By Anna Zhang |

Hong Kong-based Baring Private Equity Asia has raised the second-largest fund in the region since KKR's $6 billion fund in 2013.

Japan, Italy, Spain, Canada, Cayman Islands
Deal Watch: Sullivan & Cromwell Advise Valeant on $10.1 Billion Buy of Salix

By Jennifer Henderson |

Our latest roundup of deals worth $1 billion or more includes Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc.’s purchase of Salix Pharmaceuticals Ltd. for $10.1 billion; Asahi Kasei Corp.’s buy of Polypore International Inc. in a deal valued at $3.2 billion; and a merger between silicon producers Grupo FerroAtlántica and Globe Specialty Metals Inc. for a combined value of $3.1 billion.

India
Cravath Acts on Indian Lender HDFC's $1.6B Share Sale

By Tom Brennan |

One of India's largest banks has sold stock on the country's domestic exchanges and in the U.S. to fund future growth and boost its capital reserves.

China
New Year, New Strategies for Negotiation in China

By Marlisse Silver Sweeney |

Whether goats or sheep are in ascendancy, it's time to update your approach to negotiation when dealing with companies based in China.

Australia
Slater & Gordon Expands Amid New Push for Publicly Traded Firms

By Brian Baxter |

Australia’s Slater & Gordon, the world’s first publicly traded law firm, is headed to Wales after acquiring a pair of personal injury shops in the U.K. The move comes as a co-founder of a prominent U.S. litigation finance firm calls for the adoption of alternative business structures by U.S. law firms.

Japan, Australia
Clayton Utz Acts for Japan Post on $5.1B Toll Acquisition

By Tom Brennan |

Japan's state-owned postal service is buying Australia's largest logistics company as it seeks growth outside a weak home market.

China
Skadden, Simpson on $6B Taxi-Hailing App Merger in China

By Tom Brennan |

Tencent-backed Didi Dache and Alibaba-backed Kuaidi Dache are tying up after a fierce battle for market share in the world's largest economy.

China
Freshfields, Sidley on Alibaba's $590M Investment in Meizu

By Tom Brennan |

The Chinese e-commerce giant has taken a step toward boosting the market share of its mobile operating system with the purchase of an undisclosed stake in the Zhuhai-based smartphone maker.

Thailand
White & Case, Shearman on $1.7B Thai Telecom IPO

By Anna Zhang |

Jasmine International is spinning off its fiber-optic cable business to raise money for the expansion of its national broadband network.

India
HSF on Coal India's $3.6B Share Sale

By Tom Brennan |

The deal was the latest divestment in a state-run company as the Indian government raises money to improve the country's finances.

Australia
Ashurst, Allens, Minter Ellison Lead $6B Aussie Merger

By Tom Brennan |

The combination of real estate investment trust Federation Centres and retail-focused Novion Property Group will create a new company with 102 assets under management worth $17 billion.

China, Hong Kong
Three Firms on $1B Investment in Xiaomi

By Anna Zhang |

A consortium led by Hong Kong-based All-Starts Investment has valued the Chinese smartphone maker at $45 billion, making it the most valuable private technology company in the world.

Thailand, United Kingdom
Linklaters, DLA Piper on Thai Tycoon's British Soccer Buy

By Tom Brennan |

Dejphon Chansiri is acquiring Sheffield Wednesday Football Club for a reported $45 million.

China
Kirkland Leads Billion-Dollar Chinese Medicine Deal

By Anna Zhang |

State-owned China Traditional Chinese Medicine is buying an 81.5 percent stake in a competitor.

Hong Kong, United Kingdom
A&O, Freshfields Lead Li's $3.75B British Rail Buy

By Tom Brennan |

Two companies controlled by Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing are acquiring Eversholt Rail Group from a consortium that includes U.K. private equity funds 3i Infrastructure and STAR Capital Partners.

China, Hong Kong
Sidley, Ashurst, Freshfields on $10B Citic Deal

By Tom Brennan |

Thailand's Charoen Pokphand Group Co. Ltd. and Japanese trading house Itochu Corp. are buying a 20 percent stake in the Chinese state-run conglomerate.

China, Hong Kong
Sullivan & Cromwell on China Shenhua's $1.5B Bond Sale

By Tom Brennan |

Latham & Watkins is acting for the underwriters on the state-run company’s first entry into the international bond market.

Singapore
Stamford, Zico Strike Outsourcing Deal

By Tom Brennan |

The agreement will allow Singapore-based Stamford Law Corp. to cut costs and free up their lawyers to focus on more high-end matters.

China
Shearman, Davis Polk on China's $1.4B European Hotel Buy

By Anna Zhang |

King & Wood Mallesons and Baker & McKenzie are also among the firms helping state-owned Shanghai Jin Jiang acquire France's Groupe Du Louvre.

Hong Kong
Magic Circle Firms on Reorganization of Li Ka-shing's $97B Empire

By Anna Zhang |

Asia's richest person is spinning off his real estate assets into a new company in a deal led by Freshfields, Linklaters and Woo Kwan Lee & Lo.

China
Orrick, Skadden, Paul Weiss on $1.6B Bitauto Investment

By Tom Brennan |

Tencent and JD.com have used a combination of cash and resources to purchase a 28 percent stake in the Chinese autos e-commerce company.

China
Three Firms on $26B Chinese Rail Merger

By Anna Zhang |

Baker & McKenzie, Morrison & Foerster and Linklaters are leading the combination of state-owned train makers China CNR and CSR.

China, Hong Kong
Clifford Chance on Haitong Securities' $3.9B Placement

By Tom Brennan |

The Hong Kong-listed Chinese brokerage sold 1.9 billion shares in order to raise funds for its margin financing and securities lending businesses.

Big Deals

By Rebecca Geiger |

Asia's Biggest-Ticket Recent Transactions

China, Italy
China's Italian Shopping Spree

By Heather O'Brian |

Chinese investment in Italy continues to rise.

China, Hong Kong
Sullivan & Cromwell, Freshfields on Shengjing Bank's $1.3B IPO

By Anna Zhang |

The Chinese lender's Hong Kong listing is the largest so far for a mainland city commercial bank.

Thailand
A&O, S&C on $1.5B Bumble Bee Seafoods Acquisition

By Tom Brennan |

Private equity owner Lion Capital is selling the U.S. company to the world’s largest canned tuna processor, Thai Union Frozen Products Plc.

China, Hong Kong
Clifford Chance on BAIC Motor's $1.4B Hong Kong IPO

By Tom Brennan |

The state-controlled company makes and sells Mercendez-Benz and Hyundai vehicles in China.

South Korea
Weil Leads Korean Private Equity Investor's $3.6B Autos Buy

By Tom Brennan |

Hahn & Co. and Hankook Tire are buying a climate control business from U.S. auto supplier Visteon Corp.

China, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, South Korea, Australia, Netherlands, Portugal
Asia Deal Digest: Dec. 18, 2014

By Anna Zhang |

*Weil, Skadden lead $3.6 billion acquisition of Halla Visteon Climate Control in Korea
*Herbert Smith Freehills advises issuers oOh!media and SurfStitch on their recent Australian IPOs
*Clifford Chance on Haitong’s $467 million takeover of Portugal’s Banco Espirito Santo

Australia, Canada
V&E, Clifford Chance Leads Apache $3.75B Divestment

By Anna Zhang |

The U.S. energy company is selling interests in oil and gas projects in Australia and Canada to Australian oil company Woodside Petroleum.

Australia
Allens, HSF on $1B Sale of Leighton Unit

By Tom Brennan |

China Communications Construction is acquiring engineering and contracting division John Holland.

Australia
Allens, KWM on $5B Aussie Pipeline Sale

By Tom Brennan |

Australian natural gas infrastructure company APA Group is buying a major pipeline in the country from the U.K.'s BG Group.

China, Japan, South Korea, European Union, United States
Global IP Offices Report Increased Patent Activity

By Lisa Shuchman |

A total of 2.1 million patent applications were filed in the world's five largest patent offices in 2013, according to the "IP5 Statistics Report, 2013 Edition."

China, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea
Asia Deal Digest: Dec. 11, 2014

By Tom Brennan |

*Skadden, Davis Polk advise on $619 million share sale by JD.com investors
*MoFo, White & Case and Hunton & Williams on $4.4 billion Japan-led financing for LNG plant in Texas
*Allen & Gledhill acts for Alibaba subsidiary on stake purchase in mobile security company V-Key

South Korea
Debevoise, Paul Hastings on Billion-Dollar Solar Deal

By Tom Brennan |

Two solar subsidiaries of Korean conglomerate Hanwha Group are combining in an all-stock transaction.

Singapore
Wall Street Duo on Temasek $180M High-Speed Trading Buy

By Brian Baxter |

Cravath is advising the Singaporean sovereign investor while Paul Weiss is guiding Virtu Financial, a high-speed trading firm led by former partner Douglas Cifu.

Singapore
Dealmaker of the Week: Sasan Mehrara of Simpson Thacher

By Nathalie Pierrepont |

The real estate corporate partner led the deal team for Simpson Thacher & Bartlett's representation of The Blackstone Group in its sale of warehouse landlord IndCor Properties to GIC, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, for $8.1 billion.

China
Linklaters, A&O on ICBC $5.6B Bond Sale

By Anna Zhang |

China's biggest lender sold preference shares to meet capital adequacy requirements.

Japan, Singapore, Luxembourg
Skadden Says 'Aloha' to Busy December Deal Week

By Brian Baxter |

As the holiday season rolls around, transactional work for Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom is ramping up. The firm recently grabbed a role on a handful of big deals worth more than $15 billion for clients like Hawaiian Electric Industries, Japan's Ostuka Holdings, the Robb Report and Singapore's sovereign wealth fund.

China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Pakistan, Singapore, South Korea, Australia
Asia Deal Digest: Dec. 4, 2014

By Anna Zhang |

*Skadden guides Singapore's GIC on $8.1 billion U.S. logistics acquisition
*Reed Smith leads Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties $6 billion upcoming IPO
*Shearman on Chinese nuclear power producer CGN Power $3.6 billion Hong Kong IPO

China, Hong Kong
Shearman, Clifford Chance Lead CGN Power’s $3.6B Hong Kong Debut

By Anna Zhang |

The Chinese state-owned nuclear power producer is this year's largest IPO in Hong Kong.

Singapore
Skadden on GIC's $8.1B Investment in U.S. Logistics

By Tom Brennan |

The Singaporean sovereign wealth fund is buying Blackstone Group-controlled IndCor Properties Ltd. Simpson Thacher is acting for regular client Blackstone.

China
Same Firms on Alibaba IPO Lead Company's Record Bond Offer

By Anna Zhang |

Simpson Thacher and Sullivan & Cromwell have advised on the Chinese e-commerce giant’s $8 billion corporate debt sale, the largest-ever such offering in Asia.

China, Hong Kong
DLA Piper Leads Ping An's $4.7B Share Sale

By Tom Brennan |

The Shenzhen-based insurer raised funds through a private placement in Hong Kong in order to boost its capital reserves.

China, Hong Kong
Reed Smith Leads Dalian Wanda $6B IPO

By Anna Zhang |

The mainland Chinese conglomerate is planning a Hong Kong IPO of its commercial real estate arm to fund 10 new projects.

China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore
Asia Deal Digest: Nov. 27, 2014

By Tom Brennan |

*Allens, Minters on Sao Paulo-based JBS's $1.2 billion offer for Australia's Primo Smallgoods
*Drew & Napier acts for property developer CapitaLand on real estate deal in Indonesia
*Khaitan, Clifford Chance, Luthra on Calcutta Electric Supply's share sale in India

Australia
Allens, Minter Ellison on $1.2B Bid for Primo Smallgoods

By Tom Brennan |

Sao Paulo-based meat processing company JBS is buying Australia’s leading maker of ham, sausages and bacon in an all-cash deal.

Vietnam
A&O, Clifford Chance on Vietnam's $1B Bond Issuance

By Tom Brennan |

The deal markets the second time in a row that Allen & Overy has taken the lead role on the government's issuance of sovereign debt.

China, Hong Kong, India, Singapore, South Korea
Asia Deal Digest: Nov. 20, 2014

By Tom Brennan |

*HSF leads $1.2 billion transfer of power assets within state-run China Huaneng Group
*Allen & Overy, Ashurst on $2.8 billion financing of Indonesian natural gas project
*Cleary Gottlieb, Paul Hastings on Samsung SDS's $1.1 billion IPO in Korea

Clearing Ltd.'s executive officer Charles Li.

China, Hong Kong
Hong Kong and Shanghai Debut Cross-Market Share Trading

By Nick Ferguson |

The two cities have launched a pilot trading system that gives foreign investors direct access to Chinese A-shares for the first time.

Malaysia, United Kingdom
Norton Rose Fulbright on $2.1B Financing for Battersea Project

By Tom Brennan |

The London icon, seen in The Beatles movie Help! and on the cover of a Pink Floyd album, is being developed into a mixed-use site with luxury residences, retail shops and restaurants.

South Korea
Cleary, Kim & Chang Lead Samsung SDS IPO

By Tom Brennan |

The information technology division of mega-conglomerate Samsung Group raised $1.1 billion on the Korea Exchange.

Indonesia
A&O, Ashurst on Financing for $2.8B LNG Project in Indonesia

By Tom Brennan |

The Donggi-Senoro plant, which is expected to launch in mid-2015, will have a production capacity of 2 million tons of liquefied natural gas a year.

China, Singapore
Five Firms Lead CITIC-KKR Bid for Singapore's United Envirotech

By Tom Brennan |

The two investment giants are offering close to a billion dollars for a water-treatment company that has extensive operations in mainland China.

China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia
Asia Deal Digest: Nov. 13, 2014

By Anna Zhang |

*Five firms on near billion-dollar offer by CITIC, KKR for Singapore's United Envirotech
*Jones Day, Milbank lead Philippines retailer SSI Group on its recent IPO
*Clifford Chance acts for Australia's AMP as it buys a stake in China Life Pension

China, Hong Kong
King & Wood Mallesons Leads China Travel Service $1B Bond

By Anna Zhang |

Davis Polk & Wardwell served as underwriters' counsel to the state-owned travel agency's offer.