Jeremy Wang advises issuers and underwriters on securities, debt, and equity offerings, with a particular focus on clients and matters in South and Southeast Asia.

Mr. Wang helps clients with a full spectrum of offerings including:

  • High yield and investment-grade debt offerings
  • Initial public offerings (US Securities and Exchange Commission-registered and Rule 144A/Regulation S offerings)
  • Private placements
  • Convertible debt

He also advises clients on:

  • Liability management transactions
  • General securities law matters

Mr. Wang draws on extensive experience handling offerings across all industries, including healthcare and life sciences, as well as energy and infrastructure.

He provides clients with a keen understanding of the Singapore market combining his global perspective and his ability to navigate complex regulatory regimes across Asia, as well as US and UK regulations. He was named an “Up and Coming Lawyer” by Chambers Asia Pacific for 2022, 2023, and 2024 and a “Rising Star” by The Legal 500 Asia Pacific for 2024.

Mr. Wang’s experience includes advising:

High Yield and Other Debt Transactions

  • Adani Green Energy RG1 on its US$409 million senior secured notes offering
  • BofA and Morgan Stanley on Nickel Industries Limited’s US$400 million senior notes offering
  • Vingroup JSC on its US$250 million 10% exchangeable bonds due 2028, exchangeable into the shares of Vinhomes JSC, a listed subsidiary of Vingroup JSC
  • Golden Energy and Resources Limited on an exchange offer to exchange and cancel its outstanding senior secured notes for new senior secured notes, with a view to loosening certain covenants to permit the issuer to undertake a segregation of its existing energy coal business from its other businesses and a proposed privatization
  • Barclays, Citigroup, DBS Bank, MUFG, and Standard Chartered Bank on Adani International Container Terminal’s debut US$300 million offering, utilizing an amortizing project finance type structure*
  • Greenko Energy Holdings on multiple award-winning bond issuances, including those recognized as:
    • India Business Law Journal’s Deal of the Year (2019, 2015)*
    • Asian-mena Counsel’s Honorable Mention (2019)*
  • GMR Hyderabad International Airport Limited on its debut US$350 million offering, which then was the lowest US$10-year bond coupon for a high yield corporate issuer from Asia and the lowest US dollar bond coupon for an Indian high yield issuer*
  • Citigroup, Merrill Lynch, and HSBC on Reliance Industries Limited’s US$800 million senior perpetual notes offering, as well as Barclays, Citigroup, HSBC, Merrill Lynch, and UBS on Reliance Holding USA’s US$1 billion senior notes offering*
  • Barclays, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, The Royal Bank of Scotland, Standard Chartered Bank, Goldman Sachs International, J.P. Morgan, and Morgan Stanley on Vedanta Resources’ US$1.65 billion bond offering*
  • GLP Pte. Ltd., a leading global investment manager and business builder on:
    • Updating its US$5 billion Euro medium term note program*
    • Its US$850 million Regulation S issuance, marking the first time an APAC corporate issuer offered USD-denominated green subordinated perpetual securities and the largest USD-denominated green subordinated perpetual offering globally*
  • PT Sri Rejeki Isman Tbk (Sritex), one of Southeast Asia’s largest vertically integrated textile manufacturers on:
    • Golden Legacy’s US$350 million senior notes offering, guaranteed by Sritex*
    • Golden Legacy’s cash tender offer for its outstanding senior notes; as the first Asian issuer to effectively employ the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s new procedures for a 5-day abbreviated tender offer*
  • Morgan Stanley, Standard Chartered Bank, Société Générale, Credit Suisse, DBS Bank, and Mandiri Securities on Medco Bell Pte. Ltd.’s US$650 million offering, guaranteed by PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk*
  • ANZ, HSBC, and ING on PB International B.V.’s US$200 million senior notes offering, guaranteed by PT Pan Brothers Tbk*
  • The Government of Mongolia on updating its US$5 billion global medium-term note program and subsequent CNY1 billion offering, marking the first dim sum bond from a non-Chinese Asian sovereign and the first high yield dim sum bond from a sovereign*

Equity Transactions

  • PT Merdeka Battery Materials in its IPO on the IDX, the third-largest IPO in Indonesia in 2023
  • B. Grimm Power Public Company Limited on its US$315 million initial public offering and listing on the Stock Exchange of Thailand*
  • Citigroup, Credit Suisse, and DBS Bank on Bangkok Airways’ US$450 million initial public offering and Stock Exchange of Thailand listing*
  • Citigroup, J.P. Morgan, and Deutsche Bank on Nasdaq-listed Indian online travel company MakeMyTrip Limited’s US$145.5 million registered follow-on offering of ordinary shares*
  • The book running lead managers on FSN E-Commerce Ventures’ (Nykaa) on its US$715 million initial public offering and listing on the BSE and the National Stock Exchange of India*

*Matter handled prior to joining Latham

Bar Qualification

  • England and Wales (Solicitor)
  • New York
  • Singapore


  • LLB, National University of Singapore

Languages Spoken

  • English