Rina Charles

Associate | Hong Kong

rcharles@mofo.com | 852 25850736

852 25850736

中文 | English

Rina has experience in a range of corporate and securities matters, including IPOs, private and public M&A transactions, and listed company compliance matters.  

Prior to joining MoFo, Rina worked in the corporate finance department of a first-tier Hong Kong law firm. Before joining the capital markets practice in Hong Kong, Rina was an associate of a leading banking and litigation law firm in Melbourne, Australia.

Rina is fluent in English, Cantonese, and Mandarin.

Representative Matters

  • Represented the sole sponsor, CLSA Capital Markets Limited, the sole global coordinator, CLSA Limited, and the other underwriters in relation to Binjiang Service Group’s HK$466.9 million IPO on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Binjiang Service Group is a leading property management service provider in China with a focus on high-end residential properties.
  • Represented Oriental University City Holdings (H.K.) Limited of its RMB252.4 million major and connected transaction with Raffles Education Corporation Limited (SGX: MR8). CIMB and Investec were the joint independent financial advisers.
  • Represented Sinopec Shanghai Petrochemical Company Limited in relation to its New York Stock Exchange compliance matters.
  • Represented a Hong Kong Stock Exchange listed company in relation to the spin-off IPO of its real estate investment arm by way of introduction.  
  • Represented a Hong Kong company in relation to its takeover and mandatory unconditional cash offer of a Hong Kong and Singapore dual-listed company.
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