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Tony Y. Rim
 

Tony Y. Rim

Counsel
 
425 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10017 
 
Email:
Phone: +1-212-455-7332
Fax: +1-212-455-2502

A member of the Firm’s Capital Markets Practice, Tony Rim advises corporate issuers, private equity sponsors and investment banks in connection with a wide range of complex debt and equity capital markets transactions, including initial public offerings and follow-on equity offerings, as well as registered investment grade and 144A/Reg S high yield debt offerings. Tony also has significant experience in acquisition financings and provides securities law advice in connection with mergers and acquisitions. In addition, Tony advises clients in connection with liability management, restructuring and refinancing transactions, as well as on corporate governance and general corporate and securities law matters.

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Work Highlights
  • Dell Technologies in its return to public markets in 2018 through its Class V tracking stock exchange transaction, as well as a series of refinancing transactions
  • Finance of America in its debut high yield debt offering and on financing aspects of its SPAC transaction valued at $1.9 billion
  • J.P. Morgan and underwriters in $10 billion of financing for Sinclair Broadcast Group’s acquisition of 21 regional sports networks and Fox College Sports from The Walt Disney Company
  • First Data in its $2.94 billion IPO, as well as in a series of debt and equity follow-on transactions and on financing aspects of its merger with Fiserv
  • Hovnanian Enterprises in a series of secured debt restructuring transactions
  • Underwriters in investment grade debt offerings for FedEx, Berkshire Hathaway, Broadcom and Texas Instruments
Education
  • Columbia Law School, 2011 J.D.
    Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar
  • UCLA, 2008 B.A.
    cum laude; Phi Beta Kappa
Admissions
  • New York 2012

As Counsel in Simpson Thacher’s Capital Markets Practice, Tony Rim advises corporate issuers, private equity sponsors and investment banks in connection with a wide range of complex debt and equity capital markets transactions, including initial public offerings and follow-on equity offerings, as well as registered investment grade and 144A/Reg S high yield debt offerings. Tony also has significant experience in acquisition financings and provides securities law advice in connection with mergers and acquisitions. In addition, Tony advises clients in connection with liability management, restructuring and refinancing transactions, as well as on corporate governance and general corporate and securities law matters.

Tony’s recent transactions have included advising:

  • Dell Technologies in its return to public markets in 2018 through its Class V tracking stock exchange transaction, as well as a series of refinancing transactions;
  • Finance of America in its debut high yield debt offering and on financing aspects of its SPAC transaction valued at $1.9 billion;
  • AMC Entertainment in its $500 million first lien secured notes offering;
  • J.P. Morgan and underwriters in $10 billion of financing for Sinclair Broadcast Group’s acquisition of 21 regional sports networks and Fox College Sports from The Walt Disney Company;
  • First Data in its $2.94 billion IPO, as well as a series of debt and equity follow-on transactions and on financing aspects of its merger with Fiserv;
  • Hovnanian Enterprises in a series of secured debt restructuring transactions;
  • Underwriters in investment grade debt offerings for FedEx, Berkshire Hathaway, Broadcom and Texas Instruments;
  • Underwriters in debt and equity financing transactions for financial services companies, including Reinsurance Group of America, EverBank Financial Corp, Opus Bank, Symetra Financial and Aspen Insurance, as well as Eastern Bank’s $1.8 billion mutual-to-stock conversion;
  • Ingersoll-Rand in its spin-off of Allegion and the related financing transactions, and the underwriters in the financing transactions related to the spin-off of Frontdoor from ServiceMaster; and
  • Vista Equity in connection with the financing for its $6.5 billion acquisition of Solera Holdings.

Tony received his J.D. from Columbia Law School, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, in 2011 and a B.A., cum laude, from UCLA in 2008, where he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He is admitted to practice in New York.

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