Hong Kong has a dynamic and liquid debt market. A wide range of options are available for raising funds through offering debt securities. 

We have advised on fundraising by debt financing. We also have a strong PRC clientele which enables us to take advantage of Hong Kong as the most prominent offshore Renminbi (RMB) hub and to maintain at the cutting edge of providing advice on the issues and transactions in RMB financial products.

Our team has considerable experience in advising borrowers, lenders in the structuring, execution and completion of all kinds of debt financing transactions. We are widely recognised and have been awarded the “Debt Market Deal of the Year” Award in the Macallan ALB Hong Kong Law Awards 2018 for our debt financing for the acquisition of The Center, which is one of the most expensive buildings in the world.

If you would like to know more about our capital markets practice or how we can help your business, please contact us at (852) 2810 1212 or at

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