Business & Leadership

González Calvillo Advises on Fosun International’s Tourist Unit Spin-Off and $428 IPO

The González Calvillo’s capital markets and securities team, has advised Fosun Tourism Group, one of the world’s leading leisure-focused integrated tourism group, and its subsidiary Club Med in the Mexican law-related aspects of its spin-off from Fosun International and its $428m IPO on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. The partial exercise was signed January 4th.

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The González Calvillo’s capital markets and securities team, has advised Fosun Tourism Group, one of the world’s leading leisure-focused integrated tourism group, and its subsidiary Club Med in the Mexican law-related aspects of its spin-off from Fosun International and its $428m IPO on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. The partial exercise was signed January 4th.


Representation involved the review of the title, standing and overall legal status of its Mexican subsidiaries and assets as part of its spin-off and its IPO on the HK Stock Exchange.

 

The deal involved the jurisdictions of Hong Kong, Cayman Islands, Greece, China, Bahamas, Brazil, United States, Dominican Republic, France, Japan, Luxembourg, Maldives, and Mexico, among others. In addition, the deal required legal advice on diverse aspects of law, including administrative, corporate, securities, IP, labor and real estate related matters, among others.

 

The González Calvillo team was made up of partner José Ignacio Rivero Andere, senior associate Jacinto Ávalos Capín and associate Sofía Reyes Pérez.

 

Paul Hastings (Hong Kong) acted as counsel to Fosun Tourism Group as issuer while Kirkland & Ellis (Hong Kong) as counsel to J.P. Morgan, CLSA and Citigroup as sponsors.

 

C.G.L.

 

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