is a senior foreign attorney with expertise in regulatory and transactional finance matters. He has extensive experience in advising domestic and international financial institutions on structured financing transactions, including ABS and commercial paper conduit transactions with various types of underlying assets. Mr. Lee has represented foreign and domestic clients in the FSS investigations and white-collar crime cases, involving insider trading, market manipulation and breach of fiduciary duty. Mr. Lee, who earned his Juris Doctor degree from New York University School of Law in 2000 and is admitted to the New York Bar, worked on Kookmin Bank’s first statutory covered bond issuance under the Korean Covered Bond Act of 2014, the issuance by Korea Housing Finance Corporation of USD500 million of 2.500% covered bonds and advised BTMU in the securitisation of certain receivables of Hyundai Capital Services.
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