Image by Richard Tao
A Leading Developer and Operator in China
Issue of Convertible Bonds amounting to S$174 million 

Avant Law acted for a leading developer and operator in China (which specialises in a type of properties) to obtain financing for an aggregate principal amount of approximately S$174 million by issuing junior and senior convertible bonds within a very short time.

Besides the financing aspect, we also negotiated on the terms of the joint venture involving our client and a Main Board listed company in Singapore.

 

Taking a pragmatic approach without sacrificing our client's interests, we were able to advise and guide the clients through this intense process. The loan was successfully drawdown within the project timeframe.

Xin Yuan Enterprises Group Limited
IPO listing in Hong Kong Stock Exchange 

Avant Law LLC has always been considered as one of the few boutique law firms with rich experience in initial public listings involving Singapore companies on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

 

With a strong grasp of listing requirements, Xin Yuan Enterprises Group Limited assigned our firm to act for them in their listing on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Xin Yuan which is ranked fourth in the global asphalt tanker chartering services market was successfully listed in September 2018 with an offer size of approximately HK$176 million.

hongkong-case-study.jpg
Image by Sulthan Auliya
Prominent Investment Group in ASEAN
Investment into a Singapore Fintech Company

Avant Law acted for a prominent investment group in ASEAN to invest into a Singapore fintech company offering platform that prices and trades exchange-traded products in a multitude of currencies by blending foreign exchange rates into equities and future products.

Driven by our mission to protect our client’s interests without jeopardizing the deal, we closed the deal successfully. Equipped with our years of experience in mergers and acquisitions, we completed the deal within the intended timeframe despite the practical difficulties arising from the COVID-19 constraints..