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Vincent Wang

Partner, Corporate Department
Hong Kong
22/F Bank of China Tower
1 Garden Road
Central Hong Kong SAR, China

Fax: (852) 3192 9734

Overview

Vincent Wang is Partner in the Corporate practice of Paul Hastings and is based in the Hong Kong office. Mr. Wang has extensive experience in capital markets transactions, in particular advising PRC companies and financial institutions on their listings and debts offerings on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Mr. Wang also advises on mergers and acquisitions, foreign direct investments and other general corporate work. Prior to joining Paul Hastings in 2015, Mr. Wang worked at other international law firms for a number of years. Mr. Wang is fluent in Mandarin and English. He has been recognized as a recommended lawyer in the Legal 500 Asia-Pacific Rankings 2017-2020.

Education

  • Obtained JD and IP LLM at Washington University at St Louis.

  • Obtained Master of Law from Renmin University of China, School of law.

  • Obtained Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the Beijing Foreign Studies University.

Involvement

  • Admitted to the New York State and obtained the PRC lawyer qualification.

Recent Representations

Equity Offerings

  • Morgan Stanley and CICC as the joint sponsors, joint global coordinators, joint bookrunners and joint lead managers, and Futu Securities as the joint lead manager, in the US$394 million global offering and listing of Cheerwin Group, a leading household care and personal care platform in China, on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

  • Morgan Stanley, CICC and Credit Suisse as the joint sponsors on the US$281 million global offering and initial public offering of SciClone Pharmaceuticals, a leading biopharmaceutical company based in China , on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

  • CCB International as the sole sponsor, sole global coordinator and joint bookrunner, and CMB International, BOCOM International, Haitong International, Guotai Junan Securities, CRIC Securities, Yue Xiu Securities, Sheng Yuan Securities, ABCI Capital and CMBC Securities as other joint bookrunners, on the US$182 million global offering and initial public offering of Leading Holdings Group Limited, a leading Chinese property developer, on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

  • ABCI Capital, CLSA and Haitong International as the joint sponsors on the US$331 million global offering and IPO of Radiance Holdings, a leading Chinese property developer, on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

  • Weihai City Commercial Bank Co., Ltd., one of the largest city commercial bank in Shandong Province in China, on its US$365 million global offering and listing of its H Shares on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Huatai Financial Holdings, CICC and CMB International acted as the joint sponsors for the listing.

  • China Bohai Bank, a nationwide joint-stock commercial bank in China, on its US$1.77 billion global offering and listing of its H Shares on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. CCB International, Haitong International, ABCI Capital and CLSA acted as the joint sponsors.

  • Redsun Services Group Limited, a leading property management company based in Jiangsu Province, China, on its US$53.5 million global offering and IPO on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. ABCI Capital acted as the sole sponsor and joint global coordinators with CCB International, CMB International and ICBC International for the listing.

  • Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley, and ICBC International Capital as joint sponsors in the US$381 million global offering and IPO on the Main Board of The Hong Kong Stock Exchange of JS Global Lifestyle, a Chinese small appliance manufacturer.

  • Luzhou City Commercial Bank on its US$221 million global offering and IPO on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Luzhou City Commercial Bank is the only and largest city commercial bank in Luzhou, Sichuan Province. CLSA Capital Markets acted as the sole sponsor and CLSA, CCB International and China Galaxy International acted as the joint global coordinators for the listing.

  • Jiangxi Bank on its US$952 million global offering and listing of its H shares on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. CCB International Capital Limited, CLSA, and AMTD Global Markets acted as the joint global coordinators. Jiangxi Bank is the only provincial city commercial bank in Jiangxi Province, China.

  • CMB International, CCB International, Huatai Financial Holdings, Guotai Junan Capital and BOCI Asia as the joint sponsors in the US$761 million global offering and H-share IPO of Bank of Gansu, the only provincial city commercial bank in Gansu province, China, on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

  • UBS, CICC, Macquarie, Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs as joint global coordinators on China CNR Corporation Limited's US$1.2 billion global offering and IPO of H-shares, which is one of the largest locomotive and rolling stocks manufacturer in the world. 

  • China Vanke, a leading residential property developer in China, in its US$2.1 billion conversion of its B-shares into H-shares and listing of its H-shares on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange by way of introduction in 2014. This transaction was awarded Deal of the Year by China Business Law Journal.

  • Poly Cultural Group in its US$331 million global offering and IPO of H-shares, which is a leading culture and art enterprise in China covering art business and auction, performance and theater management, and cinema investment and management, on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 2014.

  • BNP Paribas and BofA Merrill Lynch on the US$316 million Hong Kong IPO and global offering of Haichang Holdings Ltd., a leading Chinese theme park operator.

  • Hengshi Mining Investments Limited in its US$150 million global offering and IPO.

  • Morgan Stanley, on the US$188 million Hong Kong IPO and global offering of PW Medtech Group Limited, a Beijing-based medical device company.

  • Goldman Sachs, UBS, BOCI and Barclays Capital for US$244 million Hong Kong IPO and global offering of Beijing Jingneng Clean Energy Co., Limited, a leading Chinese clean-energy operators.

  • UBS, BOCI, CICC and Macquarie and Haitong Securities on the US$3.89 billion Hong Kong IPO and global offering of China Minsheng Banking Corp., Ltd. in 2009. This transaction won the "Equity Deal of the Year" award granted by Asian Legal Business in 2010. 

  • BofA Merrill Lynch and UBS, on the US$400 million Hong Kong IPO and global offering of Citic Dameng Holdings Limited.

  • China Pacific Insurance (Group) Co., Ltd. on its US$3.1 billion Hong Kong IPO and global offering in 2009. 

  • Morgan Stanley, on the US$447 million Hong Kong IPO and global offering of Springland International Holdings Ltd., an operator of department stores and supermarkets in China.

  • Sinopharm Group Co., Ltd., on its US$1.1 billion Hong Kong IPO and global offering. This transaction was named in 2009 as "Best IPO of the Year" by FinanceAsia, "Equity Deal of the Year" by IFR Asia in 2009.

  • China South Locomotive & Rolling Stock Corporation Limited in its US$533 million Hong Kong IPO and global offering.

  • China Railway Construction Corporation in its US$5.7 billion Hong Kong IPO and global offering. This transaction won the "Best Equity Deal & Best IPO" award granted by FinanceAsia in 2008.

  • Advise underwriters on the global offering and IPO of China Railway Signal & Communication Corp., China's biggest provider of rail traffic control systems.

  • Advise underwriters on the global offering and IPO of Hong Kong Airlines, one of the largest airlines in Hong Kong.

  • Advise underwriters on the global offering and IPO of one of the largest track maintenance machinery manufacturer.

Debts Offerings

  • China Minmetals Corporation for its RMB bond offerings in 2013 and 2014, respectively.

  • China Cinda Asset Management Company Limited, for its RMB2 billion bonds offering through its overseas subsidiaries.

  • China Oilfield Services Limited for its US$1 billion bonds offering.

  • Advise arrangers for US bonds and MTN programs of China National Petroleum Corporation.

Other Transactions

  • Advise GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Ltd. for its US1.1 bill worth of polysilicon and wafer facility investments in the PRC through acquisition.

  • Advise Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited for its acquisition of assets in the PRC.

  • Advise Aluminum Corporation of China Limited (CHALCO) and Yanzhou Coal Mining Company (Yanzhou Coal) on compliance with listing rules of NYSE.

Practice Areas

Corporate
Financial Services
Securities and Capital Markets

Languages

englisch

Admissions

Hong Kong Solicitor
New York Bar

Education

Washington University School of Law, J.D. 2005
Washington University School of Law, LL.M. 2003
Renmin University of China Law School, LL.M. 2002
Beijing Foreign Studies University (Beijing Waiguoyu Daxue), B.A. 2000

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