Amy Rees

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Amy Rees

Associate

London | 160 Queen Victoria Street, London, UK EC4V 4QQ
+44 20 7184 7851 | +44 20 7184 7001

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Amy Rees focuses her practice on corporate and securities matters with an emphasis on corporate transactions including mergers and acquisitions, fundraisings, public offerings, and reorganisations.

Ms. Rees trained at Dechert and was admitted as a solicitor in 2015.

Experience
  • AGC Equity Partners on the sale of 25 Canada Square (Citi Tower), currently the largest office building in the United Kingdom.
  • Ashok Leyland Limited in connection with (i) the appointment of Citibank, N.A., as successor depositary pursuant to Ashok Leyland Limited’s Global Depositary Receipt programme; and (ii) on the amendment and restatement of its Deposit Agreement.
  • JSC “National Company “Kazakhstan Temir Zholy” on its tap issuance of CHF 80 million 3.25% Notes due 2023, which were consolidated and form a single series with the CHF 170 million 3.25% Notes Due 2023 issued in December 2018.
  • JSC Ukrainian Railways in connection with the issue of US$500 million 8.25% Loan Participation Notes due 2024 by Rail Capital Markets plc.
  • ICTS International N.V. and ABC Technologies B.V. on the US$60 million equity investment by an affiliate of TPG Global into ABC, a subsidiary of ICTS and the owner of Au10tix Limited, a leader in the ID documentation and know-your-customer on-boarding automation software industry. The transaction valued Au10tix at US$260 million.
  • The Managers in connection with the issuance of US$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 US$500,000,000 Trust Certificates due 2021 issued by Sharjah Sukuk 2 Limited.
  • Arab Republic of Egypt in connection with the issuance of its € 750,000,000 4.750% Notes due 2025 and €1,250,000,000 6.375% Notes due 2031 issued under its US$30,000,000,000 Global Medium Term Note Programme. 
  • Arab Republic of Egypt in connection with the update of its US$20,000,000,000 Global Medium Term Note Programme and the issuance of its US$750,000,000 6.2004% Notes due 2024, US$1,750,000,000 7.6003% Notes due 2029 and US$1,500,000,000 8.7002% Notes due 2049 thereunder.
  • JSC “National Company “Kazakhstan Temir Zholy” on its issuance of CHF 170 million Notes.
  • Republic of Albania in connection with a new 7-year €500 million benchmark international bond with a coupon of 3.50%, along with the simultaneous completion of a €200 million capped tender offer in respect of its existing €450 million 5.75% bond due November 2020.
  • JSC Development Bank of Kazakhstan on the issuance of its KZT 100 billion 8.95% Notes due 2023 issued as Series 8 under the US$3.0 billion Medium Term Note Programme.
  • JSC National Company KazMunayGas (KMG) on its invitation to holders of KMG’s outstanding: (i) US$1.5 billion 7.000% Notes due 2020; (ii) US$1.25 billion 6.375% Notes due 2021; (iii) US$500 million 4.875% Notes due 2025; and (iv) US$2 billion 5.750% Notes due 2043 to tender any or all of such Notes held by the Holder for purchase by KMG for cash and concurrently to consent to amend, by extraordinary resolution of the Holders to provide for mandatory early redemption of the Notes by KMG.
  • JSC National Company KazMunayGas (KMG) on its issuance of US$3.25 billion Eurobonds under the US$10.5 billion Global Medium Term Notes Programme.
  • The Kingdom of Bahrain in connection with the issuance of its US$1 billion Trust Certificates due 5 October 2025 (through CBB International Sukuk Company 7 S.P.C. (a single person company incorporated in the Kingdom of Bahrain, whose sole proprietor is the Central Bank of Bahrain)).
  • JSC Development Bank of Kazakhstan in connection with its issuance of its KZT 100 billion 9.5% Notes due 2020.
  • Advised Zealand A/S on its initial public offering of 4,375,000 American Depositary Shares (U.S.$90 million) on the NASDAQ Global Select Market.  
  • Advised Zealand A/S in connection with a DKK 143 million (U.S.$22 million) accelerated book build private placement in the United States and Europe. 
  • Advised 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.
  • JSC National Company Kazakhstan Temir Zholy in connection with its issuance of US$780 million 4.850% Notes due 2027 and its simultaneous consent solicitation (including the insertion of a mandatory redemption provision) and tender offer in respect of its US$700 million 6.375% Notes due 2020.
  • The Kingdom of Bahrain in connection with the issuance of its US$1.25 billion 6.75% Notes due 2029 and its US$900 million 7.50% Notes due 2029.
  • The Kingdom of Bahrain in connection with the issuance of its US$850 million Trust Certificates due 20 March 2025.
  • The Arab Republic of Egypt in connection with the issuance of US$3 billion Eurobonds consisting of US$750 million 6.125% Notes due 2022, US$1 billion 7.500% Notes due 2027 and US$1.25 billion 8.500% Notes due 2047 under its US$10 billion Global Medium Term Note Programme.
  • JSC National Company KazMunayGas (KMG) on its issuance of US$2.75 billion Eurobonds under the US$10.5 billion Global Medium Term Notes Programme
  • EuroHold Bulgaria AD in connection with the establishment of its €200 million Euro Medium Term Note Programme.
  • Arab Republic of Egypt in connection with the issuance of its US$1.36 billion 4.622% Notes due 2017 and US$1.32 billion 6.750% Notes due 2024 and US$1.32 billion 7.000% Notes due 2028.
  • Bankmed s.a.l., a major Lebanese bank, in connection with the establishment of its US$500 million Short-Term Certificates of Deposit Programme.
  • Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in connection with the issuance of its US$1 billion 7.75% Notes due 2027.
  • Kofax Limited in its reorganization to insert a new Bermudan holding company with a premium listing on the London Stock Exchange and a listing on the NASDAQ Global Select Market.
  • The sale of Tilda Limited to NASDAQ listed Hain Celestial Group.

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

Education
  • The University of Nottingham, Law (LLB), 2012
  • The University of Law, Legal Practice Course, 2013
Admissions
  • England and Wales