Alan Wong

Alan Wong

Senior Associate
Hong Kong

Email alan.wong@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +852 2219 0888

Fax +852 2219 0222

LanguagesEnglish, Cantonese, Mandarin

Practice groupFinance

Having lived and worked in various cities across the region, Alan Wong brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to his role as an associate and understands the challenges faced by clients in the region. Being a native Cantonese and fluent Mandarin speaker, Alan's practice has a particular focus on cross border transactions in Hong Kong and mainland China. He also has particular experience in syndicated lending, general corporate lending and acquisition financing. Whilst studying law at the University of Melbourne, Alan was a student ambassador and a committee member of the International Law Student Society.

Education and admissions

Education

Postgraduate Certificate in Laws, University of Hong Kong, 2008

Bachelor of Laws, University of Melbourne, 2007

Diploma in Modern Languages, University of Melbourne, 2007

Bachelor of Commerce (BCom), University of Melbourne, 2007

Representative experience

Advising a syndicate of 13 banks on the US$4,650bn term and revolving loan facilities to Tencent Asset Management Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tencent Holdings Limited.

Advising China CITIC on the US$162m senior term loan facility made available to a subsidiary of Ningxia Tianyuan Manganese Industry Co., Ltd for the purposes of financing the acquisition of certain bonds issued by the Target company.

Advising a syndicate of 11 banks in relation to a US$3.2bn loan to the COFCO group to finance COFCO's acquisitions of a 51% stake in Noble Group Limited's agri-business, and a 51% stake in Nidera, the Dutch commodity trader and agribusiness company.

Advising UBS AG as lead financial adviser and Standard Chartered Bank Limited as joint financial adviser to China Mengniu Dairy Company on its US$1.63bn voluntary general offer for Hong Kong-listed Yashili International Holdings.

Advising Citibank and DBS on the refinancing of two shopping centers in London acquired by EPF, a Malaysian pension fund.

Acting for the syndicate banks in relation to the acquisition financing of JobStreet by SEEK Asia, a pan-Asian online recruitment business.

Acting for a major HKEX listed property developer on an onshore RMB2.7bn syndicated term loan facility.

Acting for a global investment bank in relation to a secured financing to a distressed group of companies operating in the Philippines.

Advising Korea Development Bank on US$125m syndicated dual tranche term loan facilities to the Vietnamese subsidiary of a Korean construction company.

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