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Jin Hyuk Park
Partner
 
ICBC Tower – 35th Floor
3 Garden Road, Central
Hong Kong  
 
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Phone: +852-2514-7665
Fax: +852-2869-7694
Jin Hyuk Park has extensive M&A and capital markets experience in China, Korea and the rest of Asia.  Jin’s M&A work includes buyouts and minority investments representing both private equity and strategic clients, and his capital markets transactions include IPOs and Rule 144A/Regulation S offerings representing both blue-chip companies as well as leading investment banks.  Jin also leads the Firm’s Korea Practice.  Jin has been recognized by both Chambers Global and Chambers Asia for his expertise in both M&A and capital markets.

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Work Highlights
  • Tsinghua Unigroup in its $600 million acquisition of a 25% interest in Powertech Technology and its acquisition of a 51% interest in a newly created business with a total value of approximately $4.5 billion, comprising Hewlett-Packard’s subsidiary, H3C Technologies, and HP’s China-based server, storage and technology services businesses
  • KKR in its $1.8 billion acquisition of Oriental Brewery, the private equity firm’s first investment in Korea, as well as the $5.8 billion reacquisition by Anheuser-Busch InBev
  • Tyco International in connection with its sale of ADT Caps to Carlyle for US$1.93 billion
  • Woori-Blackstone Fund in its minority investment in NS Shopping
  • PAG Asia Capital in its going private transaction involving Funtalk China
  • STX Offshore & Shipbuilding and its Norwegian subsidiary in the S$730 million (approximately $600 million) sale of a controlling stake in STX OSV Holdings Limited to Fincantieri Oil & Gas
  • Underwriters in Samsung Life Insurance’s $4.4 billion IPO, at the time the largest-ever IPO in Korea
  • Initial purchasers in a $1 billion debt offering by Samsung Electronics America, Inc., guaranteed by Samsung Electronics in its first overseas bond offering in recent years
  • Goldman Sachs and Nomura in a global offering of Lotte Shopping's $3.7 billion concurrent dual listing IPO, at the time the largest-ever IPO by a Korean company
Education
  • University of Chicago Law School, 1990 J.D.
  • Harvard University, 1987 B.A.
    magna cum laude
Associations
  • The Law Society of Hong Kong
Admissions
  • New York 1992
  • Hong Kong 2011

Jin Hyuk Park is a Partner in the Corporate Department at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett and is currently based in the Firm’s Hong Kong office.

Jin started in our New York office and joined the Hong Kong office after having spent several years in our Tokyo office building up our Asian Practice. He also leads the Firm’s Korea Practice. 

Jin has extensive M&A and capital markets experience in China, Korea and the rest of Asia.  His M&A work includes buyouts and minority investments representing both private equity and strategic clients, and his capital markets transactions include IPOs and Rule 144A/Regulation S offerings representing both blue-chip companies as well as leading investment banks.

Jin has been recognized by both Chambers Global and Chambers Asia for his expertise in both M&A and capital markets.

Jin graduated from Harvard University in 1987 (B.A. in Economics, magna cum laude) and University of Chicago Law School in 1990.

Jin’s representative transactions include:

  • Tsinghua Unigroup in its $600 million acquisition of a 25% interest in Powertech Technology and its acquisition of a 51% interest in a newly created business with a total value of approximately $4.5 billion, comprising Hewlett-Packard’s subsidiary, H3C Technologies, and HP’s China-based server, storage and technology services businesses
  • KKR in its $1.8 billion acquisition of Oriental Brewery, the private equity firm’s first investment in Korea, as well as the $5.8 billion reacquisition by Anheuser-Busch InBev
  • Tyco International in connection with its sale of ADT Caps to Carlyle for US$1.93 billion
  • Woori-Blackstone Fund in its minority investment in NS Shopping
  • PAG Asia Capital in its going private transaction involving Funtalk China
  • STX Offshore & Shipbuilding and its Norwegian subsidiary in the S$730 million (approximately $600 million) sale of a controlling stake in STX OSV Holdings Limited to Fincantieri Oil & Gas
  • Underwriters in Samsung Life Insurance’s $4.4 billion IPO, at the time the largest-ever IPO in Korea
  • Initial purchasers in a $1 billion debt offering by Samsung Electronics America, Inc., guaranteed by Samsung Electronics in its first overseas bond offering in recent years
  • Goldman Sachs and Nomura in a global offering of Lotte Shopping's $3.7 billion concurrent dual listing IPO, at the time the largest-ever IPO by a Korean company

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