RubyYeung

Associate

Hong Kong + 852.2526.6895

Ruby Yeung focuses her practice on financial markets matters, encompassing areas such as initial public offerings (IPOs), compliance, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), private equity, and financing. In addition, she has advised clients involved in corporate restructurings.

Expérience

  • Société Générale sells Société Générale Equipment Finance's (SGEF) activitiesJones Day is advising Société Générale in the sale of the professional equipment financing businesses operated by Societe Generale Equipment Finance (SGEF) to Groupe BPCE.
  • ABN AMRO, Belfius Bank, BNP Paribas, and KBC Bank refinance floating storage and regasification unit by Exmar Energy Netherlands B.V.Jones Day acted as legal counsel to ABN AMRO Bank N.V., Belfius Bank NV/SA, BNP Paribas Fortis NV/SA, and KBC Bank NV in connection with the refinancing of a floating storage and regasification unit by Exmar Energy Netherlands B.V.
  • Affiliate of Centre Lane Partners acquires appliance business from Instant BrandsJones Day advised an affiliate of Centre Lane Partners in the acquisition and financing of the appliances business of Instant Brands, designer and distributor of kitchen and home appliances, including the Instant Pot, pursuant to Section 363 of title 11 of the United States Code.
  • Consilio acquires Lawyers on Demand and SYKEJones Day advised Consilio, Inc. in the acquisition of Lawyers On Demand (LOD), a provider of legal resourcing and SYKE, a legal technology consultancy from Bowmark Capital.
  • Findos Investor sells Rhenoflex GmbH to Coats GroupJones Day advised Findos Investor GmbH in the €115 million sale of Rhenoflex GmbH, one of the leading global manufacturers of sustainable structural material solutions for the footwear industry, to Coats Group plc.
  • Samson Paper Holdings Limited completes US$385 million cross-border restructuringJones Day advised Samson Paper Holdings Limited (the "Company"), a Bermuda incorporated company listed on the Main Board of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong in connection with its US$385 million Bermuda/Mainland China/Hong Kong cross-border restructuring deal (the "Restructuring").