Clifford Chance acted for a group of nine lenders funding the 290-megawatt hydro plant, which is expected launch in 2019.
Clifford Chance acted for a group of nine lenders funding the 290-megawatt hydro plant, which is expected launch in 2019.
Weil, Gotshal & Manges, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz and Canadian firm Torys also have roles in the deal.
*Linklaters leads establishment of China Orient Asset Management's $2 billion medium-term note program
*Jones Day acts for Japan's Ajinomoto on its $800 million offer for U.S. frozen-foods maker Windsor Quality
*Rajah & Tann on KMP Private Ltd.'s $37 million investment in Vietnamese feed company Hiep Thanh Group
*Davis Polk on Taiwan's largest dollar debt offer
*DLA Piper leads $464 million Fosun investment
*Clayton Utz, A&O on $540 million Veda share sale
Eight investors including Warburg Pincus and Goldman Sachs bought 21 percent of the Chinese bad-debt manager ahead of its IPO.
This category of The American Lawyer's Global Legal Awards recognizes 2013's largest and most complex mergers and acquisitions in every corner of the globe.
The Chinese state-owned enterprise sold shares to 27 investors to fund its $36.8 billion restructuring.
In this category, The American Lawyer's Global Legal Awards recognizes the 10 deals that best exemplify the challenges of transnational finance practice, from capital markets offerings to capital restructurings to infrastructure projects conceived on a vast scale.
*Kirkland & Ellis advises Orchid Asia on $920 million China fund
*HSF, KWM lead AGL's $1.1 billion rights issue for MacGen acquisition
*Simpson Thacher, Gunderson Dettmer on Murata's $465 million acquisition of chipmaker Peregrine
The Sydney-based power company will use the proceeds to fund its recently approved $1.4 billion acquisition of Macquarie Generation.
The Chinese private equity firm closed its sixth fund to invest in high-growth Chinese companies.
*Allen & Gledhill, Clifford Chance on OCBC’s $2.7 billion rights issue in Singapore
*HSF advises KKR/Abacus joint venture on stake purchase in Melbourne’s World Trade Center
*Gibson Dunn leads Chinese consortium’s $1.7 billion take-private offer for U.S. chipmaker OmniVision
Singapore’s second-largest lender by assets is looking to refill its coffers after spending $5 billion to purchase Hong Kong-based Wing Hang Bank.
Beijing-based Hua Capital Management and Shanghai Pudong Science and Technology Investment are looking to take the Santa Clara-based company private for $1.7 billion.
The Thai conglomerate and Japanese trading house have struck a billion-dollar deal that will see them collaborate in the food and agribusiness sectors.
A rising anti-immigrant tide in Singapore is putting international law firms on edge.
A consortium led by Transurban Group, Australia’s largest toll road operator, is buying regional competitor Queensland Motorways Ltd.
The Chinese state-owned oil company will use the proceeds to repay funds borrowed to finance its $15.1 billion acquisition of Canada's energy company Nexen Inc.
* Herbert Smith Freehills and Freshfields lead on state-owned company's acquisition of Hess Oil assets in Thailand
* Cleary, O'Melveny and Kirkland on a Chinese IT company's $332 million take-private
* Willkie Farr guides a U.S. VC fund on a $250 million investment Down Under
The Singaporean bank sold the 10-year bonds in order to raise money for general corporate purposes and to comply with new reserve requirements.
PTT Exploration and Production Pcl. is paying $1 billion for Hess' interest in two natural gas projects in Thailand.
The state-owned oil company is raising funds to repay existing debt.
* White & Case and Linklaters lead on $5.85 billion Chinese mine acquisition in Peru
* Chinese retail group turns to Simpson Thacher for its takeover of a British department store chain
* Milbank advises the government of Sri Lanka on a third sovereign bond offering
A Chinese company is buy British department store chain House of Fraser for $804 million, with plans to open 50 stores in China.
It is the third multibillion-dollar bond offering by the Chinese state-owned oil giant in the past year.
A consortium of state-owned companies led by China Minmetals subsidiary MMG is acquiring the Las Bambas copper project in southern Peru from GlencoreXstrata.
Vodafone last week paid $1.48 billion for the remaining 11 percent stake in Vodafone India Ltd. it didn’t already own, making it the first foreign telecom carrier to wholly own its Indian subsidiary.
* Shearman and Davis Polk on $3.2 billion merger of Indian generic drug makers
* Linklaters and Gilbert + Tobin advising a South African retailer on its $2 billion bid for Australia's David Jones department stores
* Chinese state food giant COFCO turns to Clifford Chance for Hong Kong grain trading acquisition
South African retailer Woolworths has offered to pay $2 billion for Australia's David Jones chain of upscale department stores.
U.S. insurance brokerage Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. has proposed buying the business of the Australian conglomerate for $933 million.
Indian generic drug maker Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. is acquiring local competitor Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd. from Japan's Daiichi Sankyo Co.
The Chinese state-owned food giant is buying a controlling stake in the agricultural unit of supply chain company Noble Group.
* HWL Ebsworth advises restructuring Aussie mall developer Westfield on $20 billion in loan facilities
* Slaughter and May and Freshfields on Singapore bank's proposed $5 billion Hong Kong acquisition
* Skadden guides Chinese antivirus software maker on $300 million U.S. IPO
A consortium led by Queensland state government-owned investment fund QIC Ltd. has agreed to pay $2.76 billion to build the nine-kilometer NorthConnex Motorway near Sydney.
The loans will finance a restructuring that will split the Australian shopping mall developer into domestic and international arms.
Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp., Singapore’s second-largest lender, is offering to buy Hong Kong's Wing Hang Bank Ltd. in a bid to expand its reach into China.
The Chinese e-commerce giant is investing $692 million in Beijing-based department store operator Intime Retail (Group) Co. Ltd.
The government is selling part of its stake in privately held Axis Bank to help close a budget deficit.
* Latham advising Georgina Rinehart's Roy Hill iron mine on largest project financing ever
* Clifford Chance and Freshfields on Temasek's proposed $5.7 billion investment in Hong Kong retail group A.S. Watson
* Malaysian telecom giant Axiata turns to Sidley for a major Indonesian acquisition
Hochtief Aktiengesellschaft A.G. is offering to pay $1.1 billion to increase its stake in Australian construction company Leighton Holdings Ltd.
The Indonesian subsidiary of Malaysian mobile telecommunications carrier Axiata Group Bhd. is buying local rival PT Axis Telekom Indonesia from Saudi Telecom Co.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group's decision to hold what's expected to be the world's largest initial public offering since Facebook in New York instead of Hong Kong was long anticipated. But the company's recent final decision, which coincided with announcements of U.S. listings by other leading Chinese tech companies, has nevertheless swiftly renewed anxieties about Hong Kong’s future as an IPO destination.
Singaporean sovereign wealth fund Temasek Holdings Pte. Ltd. is buying a 24.95 percent stake in A.S. Watson, the retail unit of Hong Kong conglomerate Hutchison Whampoa Ltd.
The loans to develop an iron ore mine in Western Australia amount to the largest project financing ever in the mining sector.
* Alibaba confirms New York IPO with Simpson Thacher at the helm
* Allen & Gledhill and WongPartnership on Temasek-led bid to acquire commodities trader Olam
* Latham leads on Indian travel site's $126.5 million Nasdaq share offering
A consortium led by the Singapore sovereign wealth fund has offered to buy outstanding shares of commodities trader Olam for around $2 billion.
* MoFo advises Singapore's GLP on its $1.4 billion purchase of Brazilian warehouse space
* Chinese auction house Poly Group turns to Clifford Chance for $331 million IPO
* Davis Polk and Skadden on Tencent's strategic alliance with online retailer JD.com.
The Chinese Internet giant's investment in online retailer JD.com could help it challenge Alibaba's e-commerce dominance.
The Singapore-based company is buying 34 warehouses, most of which are in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, from commercial real estate investor BR Properties SA.
The Indian law firm is advising a consortium of investors led by Abu Dhabi National Energy Co. on its proposed acquisition of two hydropower assets from a subsidiary of conglomerate Jaypee Group.
* Sullivan & Cromwell and Mori Hamada team for Japan Display's $3.8 billion Tokyo IPO
* Clifford Chance advises Chinese state food giant COFCO on its acquisition of a Dutch grain trader
* Skadden on planned $500 million IPO for Chinese microblogging service Sina Weibo
The state-owned food giant's acquisition of a controlling stake in a Dutch grain trader is seen as driven by the Chinese government's desire to secure food supplies.
The state-backed company, which counts Apple Inc. among its customers, was created when the display divisions of Sony Corp., Toshiba Corp. and Hitachi Ltd. merged in 2011.
China's Twitter-like 'microblogging' service is seeking a U.S. listing.
Tyco International is selling its South Korean fire protection and security unit to buyout firm Carlyle Group for $1.93 billion in cash.
The Chinese state-owned developer has acquired a 7.75-acre site in southwest London where it plans to build a $1 billion mixed-use complex.
* Skadden guides Holland's Vitol on $2.6 billion acquisition of Shell assets in Australia
* Herbert Smith Freehills advises Chinese copper recycler on Hong Kong IPO
* Wilmer and Amarchand team for $110 million Web hosting acquisition in India
The lender is the latest Chinese commercial bank to seek a Hong Kong listing to increase capital adequacy ratios in response to tighter regulatory requirements.
Dutch trading company Vitol is buying the oil giant's refining and retail businesses in Australia.
* Weil and MoFo on Chinese consortium's $2.5 billion logistics investment
* Clifford Chance advising China's Dongfeng Motor Group on a proposed $1.1 billion investment in French automaker Peugeot
* Herbert Smith Freehills and Baker & McKenzie on $1.37 billion Aussie utility deal
China's second-largest carmaker is planning to invest $1.1 billion and take a stake in France's troubled PSA Peugeot Citroën Group.
The property development arm of state-owned China Resources Group is expected to use the proceeds from the issues to purchase land parcels in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen.
A group of Chinese investors is buying a stake in Singapore-based warehouse operator Global Logistics Properties.
Sydney-based AGL Energy proposed $1.37 billion acquisition of state government-owned Macquarie Generation may face a tough time winning approval from antitrust regulators.
The Chinese e-commerce giant has offered to buy Beijing-based digital mapping company AutoNavi Holdings Ltd.
* Singapore's Puma Energy turns to Cleary for a $750 million notes issue in Luxembourg
* Skadden advises Chinese SOE on Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise acquisition
* Maddocks and Stikeman Elliott on the $479 million acquisition of an Aussie dairy products company
Korean, Thai and Lao enterprises are building a 410-megawatt power plant in Laos’ Attapue and Champasak provinces.
A listing for JD.com, which operates China’s second-largest online shopping site, would be one of the largest ever in the U.S. for a Chinese company.
The Chinese computer company is planning to buy the smartphone maker from Google, which acquired it in 2011 for $12.5 billion.
The Vietnamese low-cost carrier has placed an order for up to 92 Airbus A320 passenger jets.
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, Latham & Watkins and Davis Polk & Wardwell have the lead role on the deal involving the developer of China's popular World of Legend online game.
Proceeds from the offering will be used to finance AB InBev's reacquisition of Korea's Oriental Brewery.
Longtime Cravath, Swaine & Moore client IBM announced Thursday that it has agreed to sell its low-end server unit to Beijing-based Lenovo Group, the world's largest personal computer maker, for $2.3 billion.
The automaker is raising money to buy back preferred shares held by other Mitsubishi affiliates.
* Cleary and Sidley lead on $16 billion Suntory-Beam deal
* Paul Hastings advising Chinese meat processor Shuanghui on a planned $6 billion IPO
* Stephenson Harwood helps budget airline VietJet buy $800 million in jet engines
The firm also advised the Chinese meat processor on its $7.1 billion acquisition of Smithfield Foods Inc. last May.
Japan's Suntory has agreed to buy Beam, the maker of bourbon brands Jim Beam and Maker's Mark, in a cash deal worth roughly $16 billion, including the assumption of debt. Cleary is advising Suntory on the purchase, while Beam has turned to Sidley Austin.
The Chinese pork processor is the minority partner in a joint bid with Sigma Alimentos SA de CV to acquire Spain’s Campofrio Food Group SA.
* Gibson Dunn advising Hong Kong teleco on proposed $2.4 billion acquisition of local rival
* Allen & Gledhill, Simpson on GIC's $2.8 billion buyout of Blackstone's stake in a London development
* King & Wood Mallesons and Johnson Winter on a proposed Aussie natural gas merger
The Singaporean sovereign wealth fund is acquiring Blackstone's 50 percent stake in the City of London development.
Sinopec investment company subsidiaries Tiptop Energy Ltd. and Sinopec Century Bright Capital Investment Ltd. will use the borrowed funds for general corporate purposes.
Davis Polk & Wardwell, Baker & McKenzie and Linklaters all had roles in the creation and initial public offering of True Corp. Pcl.'s new telecom infrastructure fund.
* Total goes in-house for a $3.6 billion New Guinea oil and gas deal
* Freshfields takes the lead on planned $2.8 billion China Everbright Bank IPO
* Allens and Clifford Chance on $1 billion U.S.-China lithium joint venture
The deal will see U.S. specialty chemical maker Rockwood Holdings Inc. and China's Chengdu Tianqi Industry Group form a joint venture to share ownership of Australia's Talison Lithium Pty Ltd.
The company, which was created by the Chinese government to acquire nonperforming loans from state-owned banks, will use the proceeds from its listing to expand its distressed asset portfolio.