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Firm news | Hong Kong, China, Singapore | 26 November 2015
William will work closely with debt capital markets partners Philip Lee in Singapore and Kevin Roy in Hong Kong and the firm's other capital markets partners in Asia Pacific to extend our practice across the region.
Deals and cases | Australia, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney | 26 November 2015
Herbert Smith Freehills is advising UBS and Deutsche Bank as joint lead managers and underwriters on the initial public offering and listing on the Australian Securities Exchange of Wellard Limited.
Deals and cases | Singapore, South East Asia, London, Beijing, China, Hong Kong, Australia | 26 November 2015
The assets include interests in 13 power plants in Malaysia, Bangladesh, Egypt, Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates.
Deals and cases | Australia, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney | 25 November 2015
Herbert Smith Freehills has advised Citi on the launch of the first warrants on Chi-X Australia. The initial warrant issue is of MINI warrants which enable investors to buy short or long positions in Commonwealth Bank of Australia and BHP Billiton.
Herbert Smith Freehills is delighted to have advised NEXTDC Limited on its A$120 million fully underwritten equity raising consisting of a A$50 million placement to institutional investors at A$2.55 per share and a 1 for 6.23 accelerated non-renounceable pro-rata entitlement offer at A$2.25 per share.
Firm news | Saudi Arabia group | 24 November 2015
Herbert Smith Freehills is delighted to announce the expansion of its global offering to clients in the Middle East following the launch of its formal exclusive association with the Law Office of Nasser Al-Hamdan and the appointment of three leading partners: Nasser Al-Hamdan, a corporate partner in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; and two projects partners – Euan Pinkerton in Riyadh and Anthony Ellis in Dubai.
Deals and cases | Australia, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney | 18 November 2015
Herbert Smith Freehills has advised SG Fleet on its A$200m acquisition of NLC, a specialist provider of salary packaging services and novated leases.
Deals and cases | Australia, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney | 17 November 2015
Herbert Smith Freehills has advised Amber Infrastructure on its successful tender for a A$291 million Public Private Partnership with the Victorian Government to build 15 new schools.
Herbert Smith Freehills has advised Sankaty Advisors and Deutsche Bank on the financing of its successful bid to acquire GE Capital’s Australian and New Zealand commercial finance business.
Deals and cases | London | 11 November 2015
Herbert Smith Freehills is advising Lonmin, the world’s third-largest platinum producer, on its US$407 million rescue rights issue and associated US$370m debt refinancing.
Deals and cases | Australia, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney | 10 November 2015
Herbert Smith Freehills has advised Royal District Nursing Service on its proposed merger with RSL Care, which aims to bring two of Australia’s largest independent, not-for-profit aged care providers together into a single organisation capable of delivering more high quality services to more people every day.
Deals and cases | London | 06 November 2015
Herbert Smith Freehills has advised longstanding client Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC), a specialist insurer of defined benefit pension funds, on its circa £2.4 billion all-risks pension insurance buy-out with the Trustees of the Philips UK Pension Fund (Philips), a diversified health and well-being company. This is the largest full pension insurance buyout in the UK to date.
Deals and cases | London | 05 November 2015
Herbert Smith Freehills has successfully acted for Stagecoach and Arriva in their response to a proposal by Nexus, the transport executive of the North East Combined Authority (NECA), for a bus franchising scheme in Tyne and Wear. The independent Quality Contracts Scheme (QCS) Board found that the proposal failed to meet the required public interest criteria and that Nexus had failed to consult properly on the proposal. The decision is significant because it will have important implications for the future of bus regulation in the UK.
Firm news | London | 04 November 2015
Corporate policyholders are not prepared for some of the practical elements that will need to be implemented before the introduction of the Insurance Act in just over 9 months' time, a survey of the Association of Insurance and Risk Managers (Airmic) members has revealed.
Deals and cases | London | 03 November 2015
Herbert Smith Freehills has advised longstanding client Brookfield Property Partners LP ("Brookfield"), one of the world’s largest commercial real estate companies, on its major pre-let agreement, with one of the top 15 banks in the world by market capitalisation, for 250,000 square feet at 100 Bishopsgate.
Firm news | Germany | 02 November 2015
Herbert Smith Freehills is pleased to announce that it will be strengthening its German practice with the hire of respected arbitration and disputes partner Thomas Weimann and the opening of a new office in Düsseldorf, the firm's third in Germany, in 2016.
Deals and cases | 02 November 2015
Herbert Smith Freehills has advised Reaction Engines Limited on a strategic minority investment from BAE Systems. As a part of the transaction, the two companies will be entering into a working partnership to accelerate the development of SABRE (Synergetic Air-Breathing Rocket Engine) – a new aerospace engine class that combines both jet and rocket technologies with the potential to revolutionise hypersonic flight and space access.
Deals and cases | Australia, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney | 02 November 2015
Herbert Smith Freehills has advised the Joint Lead Managers of AMP Limited’s offer of new Tier 1 hybrid securities known as AMP Capital Notes 2. The Offer was intended to raise A$200 million, but was increased to at least A$230 million following the institutional bookbuild.
Deals and cases | London | 28 October 2015
Herbert Smith Freehills is advising BevCo Ltd, the second largest shareholder in SABMiller PLC, on the £68 billion possible takeover offer for the latter by Anheuser-Busch InBev. The deal represents a genuine game changer in the brewing sector, with SABMiller being the second largest and Anheuser-Busch InBev ("AB InBev") the largest brewing firm by worldwide revenue. The deal, which remains subject to regulatory and competition approval, represents the fourth-largest takeover in history and the largest to date in 2015 according to Dealogic.
Firm news | Australia, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney | 28 October 2015
Herbert Smith Freehills partner Juliana Warner has been elected Councillor for the New South Wales Law Society where she will help shape the future of the legal profession on a range of issues, including diversity and inclusion.
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Herbert Smith Freehills advises CGN on US$2.3 billion acquisition of energy assets in five countries
26 November 2015
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