Wook Jin Lee, Dentons Kensington Swan

Wook Jin Lee, Dentons Kensington Swan

Company: Dentons Kensington Swan
Job title: Partner

Wook Jin Lee is a leading transactional lawyer who advises listed issuers, private businesses, private equity fund managers and high net worth individuals on the full suite of transactional and corporate advisory matters. He joined the Dentons Kensington Swan partnership in December 2019. His expertise includes advising on mergers and acquisitions (including takeovers of NZX-listed companies, and private equity investment and divestment transactions), joint venture arrangements, corporate governance considerations, and equity capital markets transactions. He also advises on cross-border investment transactions, competitive processes, business-critical commercial contracts, and compliance with New Zealand company and financial markets legislation and the NZX Listing Rules. Lee has experience working across a wide spectrum of sectors including electricity, technology, telecommunications and hospitality. Clients praise Lee for his service ethic and ability to work closely with key stakeholders to deliver successful commercial outcomes in a pragmatic and timely manner. His excellent market reputation has earned him the recognition as a ‘Rising Star’ in recent editions of AsiaLaw Leading Lawyers.

 

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