* 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
* Skadden, Russell McVeagh advise on New Zealand's largest-ever IPO for Meridian Energy* Baker & McKenzie guides a Chinese conglomerate buying a Hong Kong bank for $1.5 billion* A Dubai commodities f
...future investments. Simpson Thacher & Bartlett Hong Kong partner Chris Lin led the firm’s team advising JPMorgan Chase & Co. as...
* Allen & Overy guides Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ on a proposed $5.75 billion Thai acquisition* Sinopec and Marathon rely on their in-house teams for a $1.5 billion deal* Linklaters and Freshfields
...instance, were both previously in JLVs with local firms WongPartnership and Shook, Lin & Bok, respectively. Linklaters' successful QFLP application this time...
...WongPartnership and Shook, Lin & Bok, respectively...
* Vinson & Elkins guiding oil giant Sinopec on a $2.5 billion offshore stake acquisition* Reed Smith on Shanghai property group's Hong Kong IPO* Virgin Australia turns to Allens to take over a region
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