The Chinese state-owned power utility's first international debt issue is intended to finance overseas acquisitions.
A consortium led by Blackstone Group is proposing to take China's largest IT outsourcing company private.
If successful, the $270 million listing will be the first in Hong Kong by a Korean company.
The U.K. firm has brought aboard former Dewey & LeBoeuf Beijing office head Ingrid Zhu-Clark.
Former Kim & Chang senior foreign attorney John Rhie will relocate from Seoul to head the U.S. litigation firm's Asia international arbitration practice.
The prosecution and local bar had opposed admitting Cheryl Montgomery QC to represent former Hong Kong University surgery chief John Wong, who was convicted last year of misallocating public funds for personal use.
A significant amount of yen is flowing into Southeast Asia as Japanese companies seek growth outside the country. The lawyers aren't far behind.