Squire Patton Boggs has added corporate partner Anthony Chan, who joined the firm from the Hong Kong office of Stephenson Harwood. A China-appointed attesting officer in Hong Kong, Chan’s practice focuses on mid-cap corporate finance (IPO) work, representing both issuers and sponsors. He also has experience in debt financing and cross-border corporate and commercial transactions. He is also an attorney-at-law qualified in California and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Recent transactions led by Chan include advising BOCOM International (Asia) on HPC Holdings’ HK$180 million (US$23m) Hong Kong listing and advising Zioncom Holdings on its listing in Hong Kong, making the technology company as one of the few Korean-owned businesses listed in Hong Kong.
In-house lawyer among Sri Lanka bombing victims
Anglo-American counsel Anita Nicholson and her two children were among more than 300 victims.
New Tawazun economic programme policy guidelines issued
It is hoped that the new programme will enable defence contractors to identify more accessible opportunities to generate offset credits.
Chinese M&A goes under the radar
There is a greater focus on smaller, more strategic deals that attract less scrutiny from government officials ...