05 Nov 2013
Location: Hong Kong
At this briefing, Mr. David Ellis will shared his expertise on real estate share transactions and told us what should we be looking out for (apart from the price) when asked to review or approve an LOI.
Mr. Ellis also highlighted the most important issues buried in the text of an LOI, illustrated by real life examples from Hong Kong and PRC transactions. The subject matter is relevant to all Asian jurisdictions and real estate asset classes. Participants will receive a checklist of the major items to consider in an LOI for future reference.
About the speaker
Mr. David Ellis is a Partner of Mayer Brown JSM. His work focuses on private equity transactions, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and commercial transactions with particular emphasis on the real estate sector.
He is noted for being "very easy to deal with" (Asian In-House Handbook 2003/04) and is recommended by the Asia Pacific Legal 500 2010/11 and considered by them to provide "a helpful dose in cynicism and coolness, combined with a high level of efficiency". He was nominated as one of Asia's leading lawyers in the real estate sector by Asialaw Leading Lawyers 2011.
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