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U.S. firm King & Spalding has strengthened its Singapore office with the hire of energy partners Anthony Patten and Lachlan Clancy from Shearman & Sterling. Clancy will relocate to Tokyo shortly.
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AZB & Partners and Linklaters have advised Japanese financial services group Orix on its $980 million investment in India’s Greenko Energy Holdings (GEH), which was represented by Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas and King & Spalding.
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Morrison & Foerster has represented Fujifilm Holdings on its $2.3 billion acquisition of Xerox Corporation’s stake in Fuji Xerox, with King & Spalding advising the seller.
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King & Spalding has hired arbitration specialist Peter Chow as a partner in its Singapore office from Squire Patton Boggs, where he led the firm’s international dispute resolution practice for the Asia-Pacific.
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King & Spalding has hired banking and finance expert Andrew Brereton as a partner in its corporate, finance and investments practice in Singapore from Clifford Chance, where he spent nearly two decades.
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King & Spalding has hired Ryuichi Kaga, the former head of the Asian Development Bank’s Office of Public-Private Partnership (PPP), as a senior advisor in its Tokyo office.
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King & Spalding has hired M&A specialist Lee Taylor as the head of its Asia-Pacific corporate practice from Clifford Chance in Singapore.
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King & Spalding is moving Wade Coriell, deputy head of the firm’s global international arbitration practice, from Houston to Singapore, where he will lead the firm’s disputes practice in Asia.
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King & Spalding and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer provided M&A and financing advice to Gulf Capital on a 100 percent acquisition of Multibrands Trading
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King & Spalding has advised Alinma Jeddah Economic City Real Estate Fund on the $960 million sharia compliant financing it received from Alinma Bank.