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Capital Markets

With nearly 30-year experience of our partners in capital and financial markets, we are very well placed to advise a broad range of Thai securities laws, including not only regulatory and compliance, but also a variety of equity and debt capital markets transactions and REITs. Our team has extensive experience as Thai counsels in a number of high profile concurrent equity domestic and international offerings under Rule 144A and Regulation S of U.S. Securities Act, including a number of ground breaking transactions in Thailand history. Apart from Thai, foreign and multinational corporations, our clients include both Thai and foreign investment banks and world leading PEs and offshore funds.

As part of our integrated services, we offer assistance to our clients who are publicly listed companies for their regulatory compliance and beyond Thailand foreign entities, banks, corporate and funds, wishing to offer securities in Thailand and ESOP for their group employees in Thailand.

Capital Markets Experiences

Equity Debt

Major Debt Capital transactions in which our lawyers have advised include the followings:

  • Banpu: Issue and offering of Baht 10,000,000,000 Bonds in Thailand due 2029

  • Banpu: Issue and offering of US$50,000,000 5.25% Debentures in Thailand due 2028

  • Inter Far East Energy Corporation: Baht 3,000,000,000 Unsecured and Unsubordinated Bonds due 2018

  • Thanachart Bank: Baht 7,130,000,000 Hybrid Tier One

  • Bangkok Dusit Medical Services Group: Invitation to Tender and Repurchase of US$124,000,000 Convertible Bonds due 2011

  • Bangkok Mass Transit System: Baht 11,643,000,000 Zero Coupon Unsecured and Unsubordinated Convertible Bonds due 2010

  • Thoresen Thai Agencies: US$169,800,000 Convertible Bonds due 2012

  • Bangkok Dusit Medical Services Group: US$124,000,000 Convertible Bonds due 2011

  • Supalai: Baht 550,000,000 Secured and Amortising Debentures

  • DaimlerChrysler (Thailand): Baht 3,000,000,000 Guaranteed Debentures No. 1/2003 Due 2006

  • Banpu: Baht 2,400,000,000 Bonds due 2002 and 2004

  • Thai Farmers: Baht 40,000,010,000 SLIPS (tax deductible tier instruments)

  • The Cogeneration: US$100,000,000 2½% Convertible Bonds due 2007

  • Bangkok Bank: US$350,000,000 1½% Premium Acclerable Redemption Convertible Knockout Securities due 2006

  • Banpu: US$100,000,000 2¾% Convertible Bonds due 2003 – Rule 144A

  • Precious Shipping: US$45,561,000 3¼% Convertible Bonds due 2000

  • Banpu: US$80,000,000 3½% Convertible Bonds due 2001

  • Bangkok Bank, Hong Kong Branch: US$400,000,000 3¼% Subordinated Convertible Bonds due 2004

  • Phatra Thanakit: US$175,000,000 3½% Subordinated Convertible Bonds due 2003

  • Thai Central Chemical: US$60,000,000 3¾% Convertible Bonds due 2003

  • Bangkok Land (Cayman Islands): guaranteed by Bangkok Land US$130,000,000 4½% Guaranteed Exchangeable Bonds due 2003

  • Finance One: US$75,000,000 5¾% Subordinated Convertible Bonds due 2003

  • Land and Houses: US$60,000,000 5% Convertible Bonds due 2003