Appleby acts as Bermuda and BVI counsel to Credit Suisse on convertible bond issuance
Appleby has acted as both Bermuda and British Virgin Islands (BVI) counsel to Credit Suisse Singapore Branch in connection with a two-tranche ($50m and further $70m) convertible bond issuance by Bermuda-incorporated Hong Kong-listed Goldpoly New Energy Holdings.
Credit Suisse acted as arranger and one of the purchasers of the bonds.
The bonds were guaranteed and secured by various Hong Kong and BVI subsidiaries of Goldpoly. Appleby provided Bermuda and BVI advice to Credit Suisse in relation
to the bond issuance and the granting of security by the BVI subsidiaries of Goldpoly.
The Appleby team consisted of partner Jeffrey Kirk and senior associate Rupen Shah.
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