Guangsheng Zang

Practices

Education and Clerkships

J.D., University of Texas at Austin School of Law, 2005, with honors

LL.M., Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade, 1999

B.A., Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade, 1995

Admissions

Texas, 2005

Languages

Chinese (Mandarin)

Profile

Guangsheng Zang is counsel in the Financial Transactions Practice Group of the Dallas office of Haynes and Boone. His practice is focused on debt financing and China-related cross-border transactions with an emphasis on representation of U.S. and foreign financial institutions including, Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, Merrill Lynch, Mizuho Corporate Bank, Morgan Stanley, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, The Bank of New York, and United Overseas Bank.

From 1999 to 2002, Mr. Zang practiced law as a legal consultant with a major U.S. law firm in Shanghai, with a primary emphasis on cross-border mergers and acquisitions, foreign direct investment, and other international commercial transactions.

Experience

  • $1.5 Billion Capital Commitment Subscription Financing - Major U.S. Financial Institution

    Served as lead counsel for lead arranger and administrative agent in arranging a $1.5 billion capital commitment subscription financing.

Selected Client Representations

  • $2.5 billion multi-currency revolving credit facility to a fund focusing on equity and equity-related investments in the global energy industry
  • $1.5 billion multi-currency revolving credit facility to a fund focusing on loan portfolios, corporate securities, real estate and real estate loans, and special opportunities
  • $1.1 billion multi-currency and multi-tranche credit facility to a Japan-exclusive real estate private equity fund with Japanese TMK borrowing options
  • $500 million multi-currency and multi-tranche syndicated credit facility to a real estate private equity fund focusing on investment in Japan and Germany
  • $250 million credit facility to an international real estate private equity fund
  • $124 million aftercare syndicated credit facility to a real estate private equity fund
  • $101.75 million acquisition-financing letter of credit reimbursement facility
  • $100 million credit facility to a China-exclusive real estate private equity fund
  • $100 million acquisition-financing credit facility
  • $80 million multi-currency credit facility to a real estate private equity fund focusing on investment in Asia
  • $75 million credit facility to a Korea-exclusive real estate private equity fund
  • $40 million credit facility to a China-exclusive real estate private equity fund

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