Elizabeth Chang’s practice focuses on corporate and financial transactions and matters.
She represents investment banks and issuers in a variety of SEC-registered and private equity and debt offerings. She also has extensive experience in the development of new financial instruments. Elizabeth also advises on matters related to the FINRA Corporate Financing Rules, U.S. stock exchange listings and state Blue Sky laws.
Elizabeth joined the firm in 2000 and became a senior attorney in 2006.
Citigroup in numerous matters, including nearly 30 debt offerings since December 2008 valued at over $75 billion, including over $17 billion this year alone, and its $20 billion TARP repayment agreement and termination of the loss-sharing agreement with the U.S. government, including a $17 billion offering of common stock and a $3.5 billion offering of tangible equity units.
The underwriters in a first-of-its-kind trust preference security offered by Southern California Edison specifically designed to access the retail preferred stock market through a listing on the NYSE, but with the sole assets of the trust consisting of the company’s preferred stock instead of the deeply subordinated debt typically held by trusts in such deals.
Designated underwriters counsel for numerous issuers, including AIG, Hershey, Edison International, Regions Financial Corporation, Southern California Edison and Unum Group.