LCS & Partners




LCS & Partners is ranked ‘Outstanding’ in capital markets and investment funds. The firm regularly provides legal solutions on complex cross-border transactions and litigation. Founding partner David Chuang specialises in banking and finance, especially in matters related to syndicated lending, bank finance, project finance, securitisation, structured finance, and derivatives. Partner Victor Chang heads the firm’s cross-border group and he has extensive experience in handling cross-border M&A and private equity transactions.

Client feedback

“LCS is very responsible and responsive. Gave practical advice.” – Corporate and M&A

“Provides us with good solutions and recommendations. Also helps and guides our company to structure PE funds to fulfil clients’ needs.” – Private equity

Victor Chang

“Knowledgeable and smart. Solves problems in an unbiased way.”

“Victor manages his team and provides excellent services to us. When we have more complex legal questions, he will step in and provide practical advice.”

Private equity
Work highlights

Acted for Appier, one of Taiwan's tech start-up unicorns, on its series A financing. This deal represented Appier's largest financing to date.

Corporate and M&A
Work highlights

Acted for Bora Pharmaceuticals on its acquisition of global medicine maker GlaxoSmithKline’s Canadian plant for $26 million. This was the first time Bora had purchased assets in Canada.

Advised Enfinite Capital on the development of a solar power facility in Taiwan and the sale of the generated solar power to Google.

Key clients

Fortive Corporation, KEMET, Seagull (Hong Kong) Kitchen & Bath

Capital markets
Work highlights

Acted for Applied Optoelectronics on its issuance of $70 million convertible bonds via Nasdaq.

Acted for TST (Cayman) Holding on its listing on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE). This is the first company with its main operations in Cambodia that was listed on the TSE. 

Key clients

Bizlink Holding

Banking and finance
Work highlights

Acted for CMP Group and its subsidiary PUIJEN Land Development in a $105 million syndicated loan.

Key clients

Far Eastern International Bank