is a partner in Seward & Kissel’s Corporate Finance Department. He primarily devotes his time to the representation of financial institutions and borrowers in connection with bank financing and restructuring transactions, with a particular focus on matters of interest to clients in the transportation industry. He is experienced in other corporate transactional matters ranging from securities, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, joint ventures and corporate governance matters. Hoyoon is qualified in New York, England and Wales and the Marshall Islands; he has previously practised law with an international law firm in London and New York. Hoyoon has contributed to several publications relating to shipping law.
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