Loo Ming Wei is an associate in the Singapore office of Latham & Watkins and a member of the Corporate Department.

Mr. Loo advises on a variety of capital markets transactions. He has extensive experience representing issuers and underwriters in a wide range of securities offerings:

  • Equity Capital Markets transactions, such as proposed initial public offerings, rights issues, block trades and preferential share offerings
  • Debt Capital Markets transactions, such as short term paper, medium term notes, stand-alone vanilla, convertible, exchangeable and other equity-linked and hybrid bond issuances; regulatory capital; Masala, Green and Panda Bonds; the establishment and update of medium term note and CD programmes and the drawdowns thereunder; liability management transactions; the listing and delisting of foreign debt securities on the SGX-ST; the establishment of sukuk programmes and other Islamic finance instruments; and general corporate matters

Mr. Loo's recent experience includes advising:


  • Fullerton Healthcare Corporation Limited on its merger to create Fullerton Health; the transaction involved an equity injection by RRJ Capital and a senior loan totaling SGD390 million
  • The arrangers and the dealers on the establishment of Vietnam Prosperity Joint Stock Commercial Bank’s US$1 billion Medium Term Note Programme and the issuance of US$300 million 6.25% Notes due 2022 thereunder*
  • The joint lead managers on a dual currency senior SME themed (COVID-1 Impact Alleviation) social bonds issuance by Bank of China Limited, Macau Branch under the Bank of China Limited’s US$40 billion Medium Term Note Programme*
  • The arrangers and the dealers on the update of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited, Luxembourg Branch’s and Singapore Branch’s Medium Term Note Programmes and drawdowns thereunder*
  • The arrangers and the dealers on the establishment of Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd’s US$5 billion Multicurrency Medium Term Note Programme and the issuance of US$750 million 1.50% Notes due 2025 thereunder*
  • The arrangers and the dealers on the establishment of CK Property Finance (MTN) Limited’s, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cheung Kong Property Holdings Limited, US$3 billion Euro Medium Term Note Programme*
  • The joint lead managers on the issuance of US$1.25 billion bonds due 2023, US$2.25 billion bonds due 2025, US$2 billion bonds due 2030, and US$500 million bonds due 2050 by the Ministry of Finance of the People’s Republic of China*
  • The Government of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka on its US$1.5 billion dual tranche 5.5-year and 10- year sovereign bond issuance*
  • CJ Logistics Asia Pte. Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of CJ Logistics Corporation, on its maiden issue of SGD70 million 2.938% Senior Unsecured Guaranteed bonds due 2024, guaranteed by Credit Guarantee and Investment Facility, a trust fund of the Asian Development Bank*
  • The joint lead managers on Vinpearl JSC’s issue of US$325 million in aggregate principal amount of 3.50% guaranteed exchangeable bonds due 2023 (the “Exchangeable Bonds”) exchangeable into ordinary shares in Vingroup JSC and the subsequent tap issue of US$125 million of Exchangeable Bonds*
  • The sole lead manager for the issuance by DBS Trustee Limited, in its capacity as trustee of Ascott Residence Trust, of SGD150 million fixed rate perpetual securities*

*Matter handled prior to joining Latham

Bar Qualification

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


  • Bachelor of Laws, National University of Singapore, 2010
    Second Upper Honours

Languages Spoken

  • English