Appleby acted as Cayman counsel for Yan Tat Group Holdings Limited (Yan Tat) in relation to its listing on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on 8 December 2014, with gross proceeds of approximately HK$75 million. A majority of the proceeds from the offering will be used to expand production by renovating and acquiring machinery for its facility in Shenzhen.

The Appleby team was led by Judy Lee, a corporate partner in the Hong Kong office, assisted by Senior Associate Chris Cheng. Li & Partners advised Yan Tat as to Hong Kong law, while King & Wood Mallesons advised the Company as to PRC law. DLA Piper and Jingtian & Gongcheng were the legal advisors to the sponsors and underwriters as to Hong Kong and PRC law, respectively.

Yan Tat is principally engaged in the production of quality printed circuit boards, which meet the industry standards as well as the customers’ requirements.

For further information please contact Queenie Ngan.

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