Nguyen Quang Hung

VILAF - Vietnam

Partner

Hanoi

+84 24 3934 8530

Distinguished Practitioner

Vietnamese
English


Jurisdiction:

Vietnam

Practice area:

Banking and finance
Capital markets


Hung has been a recognised leading lawyer in Banking&Finance and Capital Markets by various international legal magazines, such as the International Who's Who of Capital Markets Lawyers, IFLR 1000, Legal 500, Chambers & Partners, and AsiaLaw. Peers agree that Hung is “skilled at taking on finance work” and “also an adept handler of capital markets matters”. Recently, Hung is listed in the list of Vietnam’s top 100 lawyers conducted by Asia Business Law Journal.

Hung’s clients include Citibank, Mizuho Bank, Bank of Tokyo and Mitsubishi UFJ, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, CIMB Vietnam, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Standard Chartered Bank as well as major domestic banks.

  • Advised Hong Phong 1 Energy in relation to the loan from ING Bank and the Bond Issue Guaranteed by CGIF. This is the first project bond for renewable energy project guaranteed by CGIF in Vietnam
  • Assisted in the financing of US$800M by a group of Korean financial institutions for the Keangnam Landmark Tower
  • Assisted in the first domestic syndication of US$225M by Vietnamese banks, led by PVFC, for an energy offshore investment project
  • Advised in the issuance of US$200 million high-yield bonds listed on the SGX-ST by Vingroup JSC
  • Assisted in the US$180 million refinancing of the Bitexco Financial Tower and the acquisition of Prudential Vietnam Finance Company by Shinhan Card Ltd.
  • Advised in series of domestic bonds guaranteed by CGIF (a trust fund of ADB), such as the issuance of VND 2,318 billion bonds by Refrigeration Electrical Engineering Corporation; VND 9,000 billion bonds by Masan Consumer Holding; VND 1,135 billion by Mobile World Investment Corporation and VND2,330 billion by Hoan My Medical Corporation
  • Advised clients on the day-to-day operational issues (including developing the blueprint for transaction contracts and security documents), syndicated and bilateral financings

  • Asset Finance
  • Banking and finance
  • Financial services regulatory
  • Capital markets
  • Construction
  • Corporate and M&A
  • Investment funds
  • Private equity
  • Structured finance/securitisation
  • Project finance

  • Banking and financial services
  • Consumer goods and services
  • Energy
  • Industrials and manufacturing
  • Real estate
  • Fintech
  • Construction and materials

  • University of Queensland (Australia), LL.B., 2000