Daniel Mok

Daniel Mok

Senior Associate
Singapore

Email daniel.mok@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +65 6302 7150

Fax +65 6538 7077

LanguagesEnglish, Chinese

Practice groupFinance

Daniel Mok is a senior associate with the International Debt Capital Markets practice at Hogan Lovells Singapore. He has substantial experience in a wide range of Reg S debt offerings including vanilla and high yield bond issues and medium term note programmes. He regularly represents financial institutions and multi-national corporations across the region, covering Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Australia.

Awards and recognitions

2019

Capital Markets; Ranked as "Rising Star"
IFLR1000

Education and admissions

Education

LL.B., National University of Singapore

Memberships

Law Society of Singapore

Bar admissions and qualifications

Singapore

Representative experience

Advising J.P. Morgan as arranger of the US$2bn secured EMTN programme established by Transurban Queensland Finance Pty Limited.

Advising UBS as lead manager of the multiple Swiss notes issuances by Transurban Queensland Finance Pty Limited.

Advising ANZ and Merrill Lynch as arrangers of the US$1.5bn guaranteed EMTN programme established by Incited Pivot Limited.

Advising Vicinity Centres on the establishment of its €2bn secured EMTN programme and a £350m note issuance.

Advising Ausgrid on the establishment of its US$3bn secured EMTN programme and €650m notes issuance.

Advising RHB Bank Berhad as issuer in relation to the update of its US$5bn euro medium term note programme and subsequent US$500m bond offering.

Advising PT Tunas Baru Lampung, an Indonesian agricultural and manufacturing company, in its inaugural US$200m high yield bond offering.

Advising Citicorp International as trustee in relation to a conversion rights dispute between bondholders and Castex Technologies as issuer of the subject FCCBs.

Advising Citicorp International as trustee in relation to a cross-acceleration dispute before the Indian courts between bondholders and the issuer of two series of convertible bonds.

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