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DEALS & EVENTS

Fangda strengthens M&A and PE practice with the addition of acclaimed lawyer Mark Lehmkuhler

Fangda Partners has announced that Mark Lehmkuhler has joined the firm as a partner in its Hong Kong office. Mark is a key addition to the firm’s preeminent mergers & acquisitions and private equi-ty practice in Greater China.

Mark has practiced in Asia for nearly two decades, specializing in M&A and private equity transac-tions with a particular focus on technology, financial services, energy, healthcare, life sciences and infrastructure. He has deep experience across a broad range of transactions, including private equity portfolio investments and exits, leveraged buyouts, tender offers, privatizations, joint ventures and strategic alliances, as well as private equity fund formation.

Mark was formerly a partner at Davis Polk and, more recently, a partner at Orrick in Hong Kong. Over the course of his career, Mark has represented a broad array of clients on cross-border deals, including large, complex M&A and private equity transactions for leading Chinese corporate clients such as ICBC, CNOOC, Kuok Group, China Resources and Shanda, private equity firms such as CITIC Capi-tal, and global financial institutions such as Morgan Stanley, Citigroup and Credit Suisse.

Mark is admitted to practice in New York and Hong Kong. He received his undergraduate and law de-grees from the University of Virginia, where he was an Echols Scholar, an editor of the Virginia Law Review, and a member of the Order of the Coif academic honor society. Over the course of his ca-reer, Mark has been consistently recognized as a leading practitioner by prestigious legal publications such as Chambers Asia and IFLR 1000.

“We are very pleased to welcome Mark to the firm,” said Jonathan Zhou, Chair of Fangda Partners. “Mark’s expertise will enhance our existing team’s cross-border M&A and PE capabilities and enable us to offer our current and future clients a service that is second to none.”

Mark said, “It has been my pleasure to work with Fangda Partners over the years – on both sides of the table – and this firm has always stood out to me in terms of the consistently high quality of its lawyers, its commitment to excellence, its blue-chip client base, and the leading role Fangda has taken on in the legal market here in China.”

“As the world changes around us, I believe Fangda is poised for even greater success, and I am de-lighted for the opportunity to join them and make my contribution to the growth of this great firm.”

Mark is Fangda’s latest partner hire in Hong Kong from a global firm. During the past two years, Fangda has seen the addition of investment funds partner Yue Zhang from Kirkland & Ellis, the entire Hong Kong capital markets team from Shearman & Sterling led by Colin Law, and U.S. securities spe-cialist Christine Chen from King & Wood Mallesons.

With Mark’s arrival, there are now 21 partners in the firm’s Hong Kong office. 

 

Fangda advised Capital Brewing in its sale of minority shareholding to Carlsberg
Fangda Partners represented the founders of Capital Brewing Company Limited in their sale of a minority interest to global beer brewer Carlsberg in early 2019. Capital Brewing Company Limited owns the Jing-A brand, one of China’s leading craft brewery based in Beijing. Following the investment, Carlsberg will assume responsibility for the distribution of Jing-A’s beer portfolio, while the Chinese brewer will continue to produce its craft and specialty beers while developing its brand. The firm’s team was led by corporate partner Vanessa Cheung, and the team members consisted of Samuel Mai, Sophia Bai and Cecilia Ng.

 

Peter Yuen & Associates in association with Fangda Partners advises Shanghai Dasheng Agriculture Finance Technology Co., Ltd. on its subscription of domestic shares and placing of H shares 
PeterPeter Yuen & Associates in association with Fangda Partners has advised Shanghai Dasheng Agriculture Finance Technology Co., Ltd. (HKSE stock code: 01103) on its subscription of domestic shares and placing of H shares. Zhongtai International Capital Limited is the placing agent in respect of the placing of H shares.

Shanghai Dasheng is principally engaged in road and bridge construction business, agricultural and petrochemical product supply chain services business, agricultural industry chain financial services business and agricultural big data services business. Shanghai Dasheng issued 1,000,000,000 new domestic shares at RMB0.5708 (equivalent to HK$0.65) per domestic share and 918,000,000 new H shares at HK$0.65 per H share, which raised approximately HK$1,246 million in gross proceeds.

The firm’s Hong Kong team consists of partner Arnold Pang, Christina Fu and Queendy Tong. The firm’s PRC team consists of partner Leo Lou and Yvette Liu.  

   

Peter Yuen & Associates in association with Fangda Partners represented Haitong Securities as the underwriter to the HK$1,718 million rights issue of Carnival Group International Holdings Limited 
Peter Yuen & Associates in association with Fangda Partners represented Haitong International Securities Company Limited as the underwriter to the HK$1,718 million rights issue of Carnival Group International Holdings Limited (HKEx Stock Code: 00996). The rights issue was completed on 28 September 2017. Carnival Group is principally engaged in theme based leisure and consumption business, focusing on the design, development and operation of integrated large-scale tourist complex projects in key cities in and outside the PRC that comprise of theme parks, hotels, shopping and leisure facilities as well as other theme based consumption. Carnival Group issued 4,294,432,117 rights shares at HK$ 0.4 per share. The dealing in the rights shares commenced on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on 29 September 2017. The firm’s team is led by corporate partner Arnold Pang, and the team members consist of Christina Fu, Kitty Chan and Queendy Tong.

 

Fangda represents Starbucks as its PRC counsel in US$1.3 billion buy-out of China joint venture 
Fangda Partners (“Fangda”) advised Starbucks Corporation (“Starbucks”) as its PRC counsel in acquisition of 50% share of its East China joint venture from its long-term joint venture partners President Chain Store Corporation and Uni-President Enterprises Corporation for US$1.3bn in cash consideration. The transaction was signed on July 27, 2017, and is the largest single acquisition in Starbucks’ history.  Upon completion of the transaction, Starbucks will assume 100% share of its East China business of approximately 1,300 Starbucks stores in Shanghai, Jiangsu and Zhejiang Provinces.   

The Fangda team advising on the transaction was led by Yingying Wang (real estate partner) and George Xu (corporate partner). Fangda has also been advising Starbucks on its ultra-premium Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Shanghai to be opened around the end of 2017 as the first Roastery store outside the United States.

   
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