Appleby acted as Cayman counsel for KSL Holdings Limited (KSL Holdings) in relation to its listing on the Growth Enterprise Market Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on 5 December 2014, with gross proceeds of approximately HK$61.7 million.

KSL Holdings will use a majority of the proceeds from the offering to develop its contracting business, to further strengthen its in-house engineering staff and to develop more efficient in-house computer programs.

The Appleby team was led by Judy Lee, a corporate partner in the Hong Kong office, assisted by Senior Associate Chris Cheng. Loong & Yeung advised KSL Holdings as to Hong Kong law, while TC & Co. advised the sponsors and underwriters as to Hong Kong law.

KSL Holdings is principally engaged in the provision of engineering consulting, contracting and project management services in Hong Kong with a focus on geotechnical engineering works.

For further information please contact Judy Lee.

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