CMB International Capital Corporation Limited’s $2 Billion Medium-Term Note Scheme and $600 Million Bonds Offering

DeHeng advised CMBI on the offering.

CMB International Capital Corporation Limited executed a $2 billion medium-term note scheme overseas, and made the first withdrawal of a three-year $600 million senior fixed-rate unsecured bond with a coupon of 1.375%.

The global coordinators of the issuance were CMBI Financing, CMB Wing Lung Bank, Bank of Communications Hong Kong Branch, China Construction Bank Asia and Standard Chartered Bank. The Agricultural Bank of China Hong Kong Branch, China Merchants Securities International, China Minsheng Bank Hong Kong Branch, China Ping An Securities (Hong Kong), Haitong International, Industrial Bank Hong Kong Branch, Nanyang Commercial Bank and OCBC Wing Hang Bank served as joint book-runners.

The DeHeng team was led by partner Hou Zhiwei (Picture), with primary support from Zhang Yan, Wen Bin, Wang Jing, Hu Xueyuan, Wang Yujia, Xianyu Jiashan, Sun Yuehao and Jiang Yue

Involved fees earner: Zhiwei Hou – DeHeng Law Offices; Xueyuan Hu – DeHeng Law Offices; Yue Jiang – DeHeng Law Offices; Yuehao Sun – DeHeng Law Offices; Jing Wang – DeHeng Law Offices; Yujia Wang – DeHeng Law Offices; Bin Wen – DeHeng Law Offices; Jiashan Xianyu – DeHeng Law Offices; Yan Zhang – DeHeng Law Offices;

Law Firms: DeHeng Law Offices;

Clients: CMB International Capital Limited;

Author: Sonia Carcano