Hogan Lovells represents Kingdom Holding Company in 360Buy Jingdong transaction
A Hogan Lovells team from offices in Beijing, London and Washington DC has represented Kingdom Holding Company in leading a consortium of investors to acquire a $400m strategic stake in 360Buy Jingdong. The investor group was advised by Qinvest.
Kingdom Holding Company is chaired by HRH Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud of Saudi Arabia and is an international investor with extensive holdings in finance, media, hotels and real estate.
Hogan Lovells said it is proud to represent KHC in pursuing and capitalising on global investment opportunities.
The team working on the transaction included Mark Mazo (based in Washington and the Middle East), Steven Robinson and Lu Zhou (Beijing), Colin Craik and Philip Watkins (London) and James Rosenhauer and Merry Anderson (Washington DC).
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