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Harneys Hong Kong hire new Banking and Finance Partner
Banking and Finance

Harneys Hong Kong hire new Banking and Finance Partner

Harneys is pleased to announce the continued expansion of its Asia practice with the addition of partner Charles Clayton-Payne to its Hong Kong Banking and Finance team this week.
New 2019 partner hire for Harneys Hong Kong expanding Funds Practice
Investment Funds

New 2019 partner hire for Harneys Hong Kong expanding Funds Practice

Harneys is pleased to announce that Yin Xu joined as a transactional partner in our Hong Kong office. Yin joins the team from another offshore firm, where he was Partner in the Corporate team since 2016.
Harneys advised IntelliCentrics Global Holdings Ltd. on its IPO
Corporate

Harneys advised IntelliCentrics Global Holdings Ltd. on its IPO

Harneys advised on the Hong Kong IPO of IntelliCentrics Global Holdings Ltd. (stock code: 6819), a Cayman Islands company whose shares commenced trading on the Main Board of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited on 27 March 2019.
Harneys wins three awards from China Business Law Journal

Harneys wins three awards from China Business Law Journal

Harneys has won “Law firm of the year (Offshore)”, “Best overall law firms (Offshore)” and “Family wealth management” at the China Business Law Awards 2019.
Harneys represented Fosun Tourism Group on its US$400 million IPO
Corporate

Harneys represented Fosun Tourism Group on its US$400 million IPO

Harneys acted as Cayman Islands counsel to Fosun Tourism Group, owner of Club Med, on its initial public offering in which it raised over US$400 million. In addition, further capital was raised from its over-allotment option.
Harneys wins multiple “Deal of the Year” Awards from China Business Law Journal

Harneys wins multiple “Deal of the Year” Awards from China Business Law Journal

Harneys has won four Deal of the Year Awards from China Business Law Journal for its work on Ant Financial’s series C fundraising, Key Safety Systems’ acquisition of Takata Corporation, the Material asset restructurings of Jiangsu Shagang and C.H.M.T’s purchase of The Center in Hong Kong.