Chelsea Fish

Fish, Chelsea

Chelsea Fish


London | 160 Queen Victoria Street, London, UK EC4V 4QQ
+44 20 7184 7893 | +44 20 7184 7001

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Chelsea Fish focuses her practice on corporate finance and international capital markets, representing issuers, underwriters and other transaction participants on both equity and debt offerings, as well as liability management exercises and merger and acquisition transactions.

Ms. Fish joined Dechert as a summer associate in 2015.

  • Banque Centrale de Tunisie acting on behalf of The Republic of Tunisia in connection with the issuance of its €700,000,000 6.375% Notes due 2026.
  • Middle East Oil Refinery (MIDOR) on a U.S.$1.2 billion credit facility agreement for the modernisation and expansion of MIDOR’s refinery facilities.
  • The Managers in connection with the issuance of U.S.$1,000,000,000 Trust Certificates due 2026 by Sharjah Sukuk Programme Limited (an SPV incorporated in the Cayman Islands by the Government of the Emirate of Sharjah, acting through the Sharjah Finance Department) and the Dealer Managers simultaneous tender and switch offer to holders of the U.S.$500,000,000 Trust Certificates due 2021 issued by Sharjah Sukuk 2 Limited.
  • Arab Republic of Egypt in connection with a €2 billion dual-tranche sovereign bond issuance consisting of €1,000,000,000 4.750% Notes due 2026 and €1,000,000,000 5.625% Notes due 2030 issued under its U.S.$20,000,000,000 Global Medium Term Note Programme. The Notes were listed on the London Stock Exchange. Banca Imi S.P.A., BNP Paribas, Deutsche Bank and Standard Chartered Bank acted as Joint Lead Managers and Banque Misr and National Bank of Egypt acted as Co-Managers.
  • Arab Republic of Egypt in connection with the issuance of its U.S.$860,000,000 7.125% Notes due 2026 and U.S.$1,710,000,000 7.625% Notes due 2030. The Notes are listed on the Irish Stock Exchange. HSBC acted as Lead Settlement Manager. The Notes were issued in a private placement to the Central Bank of Egypt. Subsequently, the Central Bank of Egypt entered into a series of repurchase transactions with international financial institutions.
  • Banque Centrale de Tunisie, acting on behalf of the Republic of Tunisia, in connection with the issuance by Banque Centrale de Tunisie of its €5,000,000,000 6.75% Notes due 2023. Citi, Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan and Natixis acted as the joint lead managers.
  • Republic of Albania in connection with the issuance of its €500,000,000 3.50% Notes due 2025 and the simultaneous completion of a tender to purchase for cash €200,000,000 of its outstanding €450,000,000 5.75% Notes due 2020. The bond issue represented the Republic’s inaugural Rule 144A offering. Banca IMI, Citi and Société Générale CIB acted as joint bookrunners on the transaction.
  • VTB Capital PLC in connection with the refinancing of indebtedness of the Essar Group.
  • Amun AG, a special purpose issuance vehicle of the fintech group Amun Technologies Limited, in the establishment of its exchange traded products (ETFs) programme and issuance of the first series of products thereunder.
  • SK hynix, Inc. as a member of the consortium, in the U.S.$18 billion acquisition of Japan-based Toshiba Corporation’s NAND flash memory and solid-state drive business.
  • Five Arrows Managers LLP (a Rothschild entity) on the Contego IV CLO transaction, involving the issuance of EUR 361.9m of Notes, consisting of seven classes of Rated Notes maturing in 2030, and one class of Subordinated Notes, maturing in 2030.
  • Sindicatum Renewable Energy Company Pte Ltd in connection with the issuance of its ₱1,060,200,000 7.4% Guaranteed Green Bonds due 2028 payable in U.S. Dollars. GuarantCo Limited acted as Guarantor and ING Bank as Sole Lead Manager and Bookrunner.
  • Banque Central de Tunisie in connection with the issuance of €500 million notes due 2023 with a coupon of 6.75%., on behalf of The Republic of Tunisia.
  • bank muscat and J.P. Morgan, as joint bookrunners and joint lead managers, in connection with the offering by OmGrid Funding Limited of its U.S.$500 million 5.196% Guaranteed Notes due 2027 and guaranteed by Oman Electricity Transmission Company S.A.O.C. The Notes were listed on the Irish Stock Exchange.
  • EuroHold Bulgaria AD in connection with the update of its €200 million Euro Medium Term Note Programme, which is guaranteed by Euroins Insurance Group AD. Nomura International plc, Euro-Finance AD and Balkan Advisory Company IP EAD (BAC Securities) acted as Dealers; and its tender offer to purchase any or all of its €44 million 8.00% Notes due 22 December 2021.
  • Raya Contact Center SAE in connection with in connection with its April 2017 IPO, consisting of a domestic offering of 48,994,000 ordinary shares and an international offering of 44,094,600 ordinary shares. EFG Hermes acted as the sole global coordinator and bookrunner.
  • The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in connection with the issuance of its U.S.$1 billion 1.945% Guaranteed Notes due 2019, guaranteed by the United States of America, acting by and through USAID. Citi and J.P. Morgan acted as joint lead managers.
  • Banque Centrale de Tunisie, acting on behalf of the Republic of Tunisia, of the U.S.$850 million 5.625% Notes due 2024.
  • Commercial International Bank (Egypt) S.A.E. in connection with the listing and admission to the Official List and to trading on the London Stock Exchange of up to 1,000,000,000 additional Global Depositary Receipts.
  • Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in connection with its issuance of U.S.$1 billion 7.375% Notes due 2047. Citigroup and JP Morgan acted as Joint Lead Managers, and the Notes were listed on the Irish Stock Exchange.
  • Bankmed s.a.l. in connection with the establishment of its U.S.$500 million Short-Term Certificates of Deposit Programme. The Programme is listed on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange. Commerzbank and Medinvestment Bank s.a.l. acted as dealers.
  • Odea Bank A.Ş. in connection with the issuance of its U.S.$300 million 7.625% Fixed Rate Resettable Tier 2 Notes due 2027. JP Morgan and Merrill Lynch acted as joint lead managers, and the Notes were listed on the Irish Stock Exchange.

Includes matters handled at Dechert or prior to joining the firm.

  • University of California, Los Angeles, B.A., 2006
  • Temple University, M.A., 2011
  • University of Pennsylvania Law School, J.D., 2016
  • New York
  • American Bar Association