Eva Yu is counsel in White & Case's Asia Debt Finance group, based in Hong Kong. She has experience with a variety of finance transactions, including syndicated and bilateral loans, major acquisition financings and capital markets transactions.
Eva's experience includes six months in each of White & Case's Beijing and London offices.
Advised Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited as one of the mandated lead arrangers on a US$475 million syndicated term loan facility provided to Agile Property Holdings Limited.
Advised Double Favour Limited, whose shareholders are advised by Phoenix Property Investors Limited, a Cayman Island fund management firm, on a financing of US$558 million (RMB 3.4 billion) for the acquisition and development of Crystal Galleria located at 68 Yu Yuan Road, Jing'an District, Shanghai, PRC. The deal was awarded "Deal of the Year" for 2014 by China Business Law Journal.
Advised Pacific Alliance Group Limited on a subscription of HK$500 million convertible bonds issued by HKSE-listed Zhuhai Holdings Investment Group Limited, subscribed by PA Bloom Opportunity III Limited and Prominent Investment Opportunity IV Limited. The proceeds are for Zhuhai Holdings Investment Group Limited to acquire Landed Consolidated Development Limited and Landed Golf & Country Club Limited.
Advised CNOOC as the borrower on a US$3 billion syndicated loan with facility A provided by Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited (Sydney Branch), Barclays Bank PLC (Australia Branch), Citibank, N.A. (Sydney Branch), Mizuho Bank, Ltd (Hong Kong Branch), Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Bank of America N.A. (Australia Branch), Goldman Sachs Lending Partners LLC and facility B provided by China Construction Bank (Sydney Branch), Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited, Bank of China Limited (Sydney Branch), Barclays Bank PLC (Australia Branch), Citibank, N.A., (Sydney Branch), Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation.
Advised the lenders on a two-part financing package provided to hard disk drive components maker MMI International, comprised of a US$180 million secured term loan B, sold into the US market, and a US$110 million super senior revolver with a club of seven banks. The loans were used to refinance outstanding LBO loans backing private equity firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts' 2007 buyout of the company.