Mergers & Acquisitions
We are intimately involved in transactions in the wider ASEAN region, particularly in key growth markets such as Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Myanmar and Vietnam. As one of the leading legal networks for M&A work, we have unsurpassed capability in a wide range of transactions in this field, including:
- Acquisitions and divestments of companies (both public and private), businesses and assets
- Takeovers (hostile, contested and uncontested) of listed companies in the Region
- Reverse takeovers (RTOs)
- Mergers, amalgamations and schemes of arrangements
- Delistings, privatizations, de-mergers and corporate restructurings
- Private equity investments
Acquisitions and divestments of companies (both public and private), businesses and assets
We are actively engaged in domestic and regional transactions for the acquition and divestment of public and private companies, businesses and assets.
Takeovers (hostile, contested and uncontested) of listed companies in the region
We have an impressive track record in advising clients in takeovers of listed companies, whether hostile, contested or uncontested. In particular, our M&A partners have been active in advising on many competing takeover offers.
Reverse takeovers (RTOs)
We are experienced in advising clients in “back door listings” of companies and businesses through reverse takeovers of listed companies.
Mergers, amalgamations and schemes of arrangements
We are experienced in advising clients on amalgamations (both long and short-form), mergers and schemes of arrangements for the consolidation of companies.
Delistings, privatizations, de-mergers and corporate restructurings
We are actively involved in delistings and privatizations of listed companies, and we also advise clients on de-mergers and other restructurings of their companies, business or assets.
Private equity investments
We have advised on private equity investments in various industries, including healthcare/pharmaceutical, media, technology start-up services and education.
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