Stacey Wong advises clients on a broad spectrum of complex equity and debt capital markets transactions, including US-registered and cross-border Southeast Asia deals.

Mr. Wong draws on extensive US securities law knowledge and experience guiding investment banks and issuers through the challenges inherent in cross-jurisdictional transactions. He has advised high-growth and private equity-backed companies, government-linked and sovereign issuers, and state-owned enterprises on:

  • Initial public offerings (IPOs)
  • High-yield, convertible, and investment-grade debt offerings
  • Private placements and block trades
  • Liability management exercises and refinancings
  • Follow-on offerings
  • Other strategic equity investments

Mr. Wong takes a commercial approach to each transaction and devises creative and pragmatic solutions to help clients achieve their business goals. He builds trusted relationships to advise clients on their US public company requirements and corporate governance matters, and advises shareholders on Section 13 and 16 reporting obligations.

Mr. Wong has served on the firm’s Associates Committee and Recruiting Committee.

Before law school, Mr. Wong worked for a US senator, advising on banking and health care issues.

Mr. Wong’s experience includes representing:


  • PropertyGuru on its US$1.78 billion business combination with Bridgetown 2 Holdings and NYSE listing
  • The underwriters on TDCX’s US$400 million American depositary shares IPO on the NYSE
  • The underwriters in the Government of Singapore’s offer of S$2.4 billion fixed rate bonds due 2072, its inaugural Green Singapore Government Securities (Infrastructure) offering
  • A global investment company in more than US$9 billion of note offerings off its global medium-term note program since 2016
  • The dealers in Clifford Capital’s US$300 million drawdown of 3.38% notes due 2028 off its euro medium-term note program
  • Golden Energy and Resources in its offer of US$90 million 8.5% notes due 2026 in connection with the refinancing of its US$150 million 9% notes due 2023
  • DBS Bank, as sole bookrunner and lender, in Miclyn Express Offshore’s US$200 million senior secured bond offering to refinance its existing debt and concurrent term loans, revolving credit, banker’s guarantee, and FX forward facilities


  • The underwriters in Reliance Industries Limited’s US$7 billion rights offering
  • The underwriters in Tower Infrastructure Trust’s US$3.4 billion initial public offering of shares on the BSE
  • The underwriters in IndiGo Airlines’ US$460 million IPO on the BSE and NSE and US$615 million follow-on offering
  • The underwriters on Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences’ US$275 million initial public offering on the BSE and NSE
  • The underwriters in Adani Transmission’s US$500 million offer of 4% senior secured notes due 2026


  • VinFast Auto, a leading Vietnamese automotive manufacturer, on the business combination with Black Spade Acquisition Co., a special purpose acquisition company
  • Vinhomes on its US$1.35 billion initial equity offering and listing on the HOSE, the largest listing in Vietnam to date
  • Vinpearl in its US$325 million 3.5% guaranteed exchangeable bonds due 2023 and exchangeable into Vingroup shares


  • PT Pertamina (Persero) in US$5.7 billion of note offerings off its global medium-term note program since 2018
  • The underwriters on PT Surya Pertiwi’s IPO on the IDX
  • An Indonesian listed e-commerce company on its dual listing and US IPO as issuer’s counsel
  • lPT Ciputra Development in its offer of S$150 million 4.85% notes due 2021

Other Southeast Asia

  • Converge ICT Solutions on its US$600 million IPO on the Philippine Stock Exchange
  • CTOS Digital Berhad on its US$270 million IPO on the Bursa Malaysia

Bar Qualification

  • New York


  • JD, Columbia Law School, 2014
    Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar
  • BA, Middlebury College, 2007