Slaughter and May and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer are among a number of international law firms to have picked up mandates on two major Hong Kong Stock Exchange listings that closed last week.

China’s largest pharmaceutical company, Sinopharm, raised HK$8.73 billion ($1.13 billion), while Metallurgical Corp. raised HK$18.2 billion ($2.34 billion) from the listings, which together dwarfed the initial public offering activity to have taken place on the Hong Kong exchange so far this year.

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