Ke Huang


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Ke Huang’s practice focuses on international capital markets and related transactions. Ke has particular experience representing issuers and underwriters in Rule 144A and Regulation S international equity and debt offerings throughout Asia, including China, Hong Kong, Singapore, the Philippines, and Thailand.

Prior to joining O’Melveny, Ke worked in the international capital markets department of another international law firm’s Hong Kong office.


  • Native Mandarin speaker; regularly works on transactions conducted in Mandarin


Bar Admissions

  • New York


  • Northwestern University School of Law, JD, 2008
  • SUNY at Buffalo, BS/BA (Electrical Engineering & Computer Science), 1996

Professional Activities

Registered Foreign Lawyer

  • Hong Kong, 2009
  • Advised Dexin China Holdings Company Limited (2019.HK) in its US$190 million IPO on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange
  • Advised Tianjin Free Trade Zone Investment Holding Group Co., Ltd.’s debut US$500 million bond offering
  • Advised Baosteel Group Corp. on its US$500 million zero-coupon bond exchangeable into the H shares of China Construction bank.  It is the first oversea issuance of an exchangeable bond from a Chinese company
  • Advised Guangdong Rising Assets Management Co., Ltd.’s US$500 million bond, which was issued under credit enhancement structure of a keepwell deed provided by Guangdong Rising Assets Management Co., Ltd. and a standby letter of credit provided by China Development Bank Corp.’s Hong Kong branch
  • Advised the international underwriters on Beijing State-Owned Asset Management Company’s US$1 billion dual-tranche bond offering
  • Advised the international underwriters on Hutchison Port Holdings Trust’s US$1 billion offering