Kirkland’s Hong Kong IPO heavy hitter departs

Kirkland & Ellis senior corporate partner Dominic Tsun, who acted on a number of notable Hong Kong IPOs in recent years, has left the firm’s Hong Kong office. A Kirkland spokesperson said, “We are committed to the Hong Kong capital markets practice as ... ( read original story ...)

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Hong Kong demands a free float of 25 per cent of a company’s equity but this is regularly waived for deals over $1bn. Last year for example, Postal Savings Bank of China floated 15 per cent to raise $7.4bn in the biggest IPO worldwide since Alibaba. ( read original story ...)