Davis Polk & Wardwell has advised Chinese real estate developer Greenland Holding Group Co. on a $1 billion bond issue.

State-owned Greenland sold two tranches of bonds—$400 million of five-year notes and $600 million of ten-year notes—in order to raise money for offshore projects, according to a prospectus. The company didn’t offer any other details on those projects.

Hong Kong partner Paul Chow and London partner Alon Gurfinkel acted for Greenland on the deal. AllBright Law Offices advised the company on Chinese law, while Maples and Calder served as British Virgin Islands counsel.

Linklaters Hong Kong partner William Liu represented joint global coordinators BOCI Asia Ltd., Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corp. Ltd. and J.P. Morgan Securities Plc. Commerce & Finance Law Offices was Chinese counsel to the banks.

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