Norton Rose Fulbright advises CCB International in its purchase of convertible bonds and a note issued by two Hong Kong listed companies

Business January 3, 2017

Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has advised CCB International on its purchase of US$9.28m and US$6.19m convertible bonds issued by Pa Shun Pharmaceutical International Holdings Limited and the US$13m note issued by Common Splendor International Health Industry Group Limited.

CCB International (Holdings) Limited is an investment services flagship, which is indirectly and wholly-owned by China Construction Bank Corporation‎.

The gross proceeds and net proceeds from the issue of the convertible bonds are US$15.5m and approximately US$14.6m, respectively. It is expected that the net proceeds will be applied to Group general working capital, business development and any future merger and acquisition transactions.

Regarding the note, the proceeds are for working capital and potential investment purposes.

The Norton Rose Fulbright team was led by Hong Kong corporate partner Terence Lau, assisted by senior associates Priscilla Lee and Sheryl Cheung. US securities partner Harold Tin was assisted by associate Tracy Ding. Hong Kong banking partner Davide Barzilai was assisted by senior associate David Milligan and associate Christine Fok.

For further information please contact:

Stuart Lennon, Senior Marketing and Communications Manager, Asia
Tel: +852 3405 2306 

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