Terris Tang

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

Terris Tang is a partner in the Hong Kong office of Latham & Watkins and a member of the Corporate Department.

Mr. Tang advises clients on various corporate finance transactions, including:

  • Capital markets, including initial public offerings
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Corporate restructurings
  • Private equity
  • General compliance matters

Mr. Tang has more than 10 years of experience advising PRC and international corporations, private equity firms, and financial institutions on their capital markets transactions and investments across Asia and globally.

Mr. Tang advises on a broad range of business sectors, including energy and mining, financial services, real estate, technology, media, and telecommunications.

Mr. Tang's experience includes advising:

  • The underwriters on the HK$1.824 billion initial public offering of H shares on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange for Suzhou Basecare Medical, the leading innovative platform of genetic testing solutions for assisted reproduction in China
  • Kuaishou Technology, a leading content community and social platform globally, on its US$5.4 billion initial public offering and listing on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange
  • Aspex Management on its Series E investment as lead investor into Klook, an online travel activities and services booking platform company
  • Fulu Holdings, China’s largest third-party virtual service provider, on its US$115 million IPO of shares on the Main Board of Hong Kong Stock Exchange
  • Everbright Securities on the purchase of 30% shares of Sun Hung Kai Financial Group Limited held by Sun Hung Kai & Co. Limited with the total consideration of HK$2.4 billion
  • Huarong Investment Stock Corporation Limited, a Hong Kong listed company, on its privatization by way of scheme of arrangement by Huarong International Financial Holdings Limited
  • Bilibili in its strategic investment in Huanxi Media, a company principally engaged in media- and entertainment-related businesses
  • China Jinmao as the offeror on the privatization of Jinmao Hotel and Jinmao (China) Hotel Investments and Management Limited — the first-ever privatization of a Hong Kong listed business trust
  • The underwriters on the HK$2.1 billion initial public offering and listing of Alphamab Oncology, a leading biopharmaceutical company dedicated to global development of innovative biologics for cancer therapy, on the Main Board of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong
  • The underwriters on the HK$2.59 billion initial public offering and listing of Venus MedTech (HangZhou) Inc. on the Main Board of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong
  • Sinochem Hong Kong (Group) and China Jinmao Holdings Group on a placing of existing shares and issuance of new shares, respectively, with a total transaction size of HK$9.49 billion
  • The underwriters on the HK$9.1 billion H-share initial public offering of Shenwan Hongyuan Group on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange
  • HKBN on its approximately US$1.3 billion acquisition of WTT Holding, a Hong Kong-based fixed telecommunication services operator
  • The joint sponsors and underwriters on Jiangxi Bank’s HK$7.48 billion initial public offering of H Shares on the Main Board of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong
  • China Traditional Chinese Medicine Holdings on the placement of 604.3 million shares to Ping An Life Insurance Company of China for HK$2.68 billion
  • Bank of Gansu on its HK$6 billion initial public offering of H shares on the Main Board of Hong Kong Stock Exchange, becoming the first listed bank in Northwest China
  • China Jinmao Holdings Group on its HK$3.33 billion placing of existing shares and top-up subscription of new shares
  • Kunming Dianchi Water Treatment Company, Yunnan’s largest wastewater treatment and reclaimed water supplier, on its HK$1.41 billion initial public offering of H shares on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange
  • China Jinmao Holdings Group on its US$150 million investment for approximately 42.86% interest in its subsidiary by an affiliate of New China Asset Management (Hong Kong)*
  • CMBC International Holdings on its investment in Lufax Holding*
  • China Life Investment Holding on its £795 million acquisition of a majority stake in 10 Upper Bank Street, Canary Wharf, London, which is one of Britain’s biggest office towers, representing the first European property investment by China Life
  • China Life Insurance (Overseas) on its acquisition of a minority interest in JD.com, a provider of online shopping services, from an existing shareholder
  • PPTV, an online video business in China and its selling shareholders on its sale of 100% of PPTV’s shares held by the existing shareholders valued at US$420 million, to Suning Commerce Group, a domestically listed conglomerate, and Hony Capital, a private equity fund associated with Legend Holding
  • Sinochem International (Overseas) on its acquisition of a 40% equity stake in Jiangsu Sinorgchem Technology the world’s leading rubber additive producer and technical developer
  • Hong Kong Television Network Limited (formerly known as City Telecom (HK) Limited) (CTI) on its HK$5 billion sale of Hong Kong Broadband Network (HKBN) and IDD businesses to Metropolitan Light Company, a company formed by CVC Funds
  • Yuk Wing Group Holdings on its initial public offering on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange
  • JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, and UBS as underwriters on the US$748 million initial public offering and listing of HKBN on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange
  • Kinetic Mines and Energy, an integrated coal provider operating in China, on its initial public offering of 930 million shares and listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, including its international offering (144A/Reg S) of 837 million shares and Hong Kong public offering of 93 million shares
  • The underwriters on Bank of China’s initial public offering and listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange*
  • China Shanshui Cement Group on various matters arising out of its offer to purchase its outstanding 7.5% senior notes due 2020 and 8.50% senior notes due 2016*
  • Minmetals Land Capital on its issuance of 5.5% Guaranteed Bonds due 2018; and 6.5% Guaranteed Bonds due 2023 listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange
  • MCE Finance on its issuance of US$1 billion 5% Senior Notes due 2021
  • Thai Oil Public Company on its issuance of US$500 million 3.625% Senior Unsecured Notes due 2023; and US$500 million 4.875% Senior Unsecured Notes due 2043

*Matter handled prior to joining Latham

 
 
 
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