Norton Rose Fulbright Hong Kong
Related services and key industries
- Banking and finance
- Debt financing
- Acquisition finance and corporate lending
- Environmental, social and governance (ESG)
Vivian Wong is a banking and finance lawyer based in Hong Kong.
She advises international banks, global financial institutions and multinational corporate clients on a wide range of domestic and cross-border general banking transactions, including syndicated/bilateral term and revolving facilities, acquisition financing, trade financing and export credit agency-backed financing.
Vivian also advises on a variety of asset finance transactions, including: debt financing, sale-and-leasebacks, export credit agency-backed financing, and ship sales and purchases. She has experience of drafting and negotiating finance documentation on secured and unsecured syndicated/bilateral lending.
- Supreme Court of New South Wales 2018
- A syndicate of six banks led by China Construction Bank – on a US$900m term loan facility to China's largest energy company for its general corporate funding requirements.
- A syndicate of six banks led by HSBC – on a HK$3.285bn energy transition revolving loan facility and a HK$1.961bn energy transition ECA-supported term loan facility to a power company in Hong Kong to finance the construction of an offshore liquefied natural gas receiving terminal.
- A syndicate of eight banks led by HSBC – on a US$430m dual tranche term facility to Chinese leading property developer Greentown China.
- A syndicate of banks led by Hang Seng Bank – on a US$150m transferable secured term loan facility made available to Citychamp Watch & Jewellery Group Limited for the purpose of refinancing its existing indebtedness.
- Huatai Financial Holdings and CRIC Securities as placing agents – on an offshore notes issuance by a PRC real estate development company and also as arrangers in a loan facility to such company.
- BOCI – on a bilateral US$140m facility agreement to Chinese leading real estate developer Sinic Holdings to refinance its existing loan and bond deal.
- Pujiang International Group Limited – on a US$40m term loan facility (with a greenshoe option of up to US$30 million) for the group's acquisition and general corporate purposes.
- China Mengniu Dairy – on the US$1bn loan facility for the purpose of its acquisition of Australia famous organic dairy brand Bellamy's.
- United Laboratories – on a HK$/EUR dual currency term loan for up to HK$2bn.
- Lenders – on six bilateral revolving loan facilities in an aggregate amount of HK$4.5bn to Guotai Junan (Hong Kong) Limited to refinance its existing loan.
- Lenders – on a US$150m syndicated facility to a listed company in Hong Kong to refinance certain Swiss bond.
- Lenders – on a RMB650m secured facility involving security over shares of a listed company in Hong Kong.
- Lenders – on a Korean ECA-backed post-delivery syndicated financing for two very large crude carriers (VLCC).
- Chinese lessor – on a sale-and-leaseback transaction for a liquefied natural gas (LNG) icebreaker tanker constructed for the Yamal LNG project.
- Lenders – on a US$189m syndicated facility to a leasing arm of a major Chinese bank to refinance nine chemical tankers.
- A French based global shipping company – on a Japanese Operating Leases with Call Option (JOLCO) in respect of one of the fleet container vessel.
- Lenders – on a US$252m syndicated facility to a leasing arm of a major Chinese bank to refinance 12 chemical tankers.
- Mandarin Chinese