Rainbow A. Au-Yeung

Hong Kong
  • 18th Floor, One Exchange Square
  • 8 Connaught Place, Central
  • Hong Kong

Rainbow Au-Yeung is an associate in the Hong Kong office of Latham & Watkins and a member of the Litigation & Trial Department.

Ms. Au-Yeung’s practice focuses on a range of banking and finance transactions including leveraged finance, general corporate lending, structured finance, restructurings, and project finance.

Ms. Au-Yeung’s recent experience includes advising:

  • The mandated lead arrangers on US$3.5 billion financing in connection with Tencent Holdings’ acquisition of Supercell Oy, a Finland-based mobile games developer
  • The joint and several liquidators of Wongs Investment Development Holdings Group Limited, formerly the controlling shareholder of HK Main Board-listed company, China Kingstone Mining Holdings Limited, in the disposal of approximately 48.16% of the total issued share capital of China Kingstone Mining by way of placing and sale to two buyers
  • Melco Crown Gaming (Macau) Limited on the refinancing of its existing US$1.2 billion term and revolving credit facilities
  • A syndicate of 13 lenders on a refinancing of existing facilities for Golden Eagle International Trading Limited (a subsidiary of Golden Eagle Retail Group Limited, a Cayman Islands incorporated company listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange)
  • Le Gaga Holdings on a US$80 million facility and an uncommitted US$ and dual currency term loan facility to fund equity investments in portfolio companies for purposes of developing various projects of the Le Gaga group
  • Nord Anglia Education on various credit facilities
  • Bar Qualification
    • Hong Kong (Solicitor)
    • PCLL, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2013
    • LLB, University of Cambridge, 2011
    • Chinese (Cantonese)
    • English
  • Practices
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