Kyle Oh is an associate in the Mergers & Acquisitions practice.
He has experience in cross-border transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, private equity and corporate finance. Kyle has worked in New York, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Seoul.
- KDB Investment-Hana Securities, Korea Investment Private Equity and KB Asset Management on the US$150 million acquisition of newly issued convertible preferred shares of US-based HyAxiom, Inc., a leading developer and manufacturer of hydrogen-based and other fuel cells and electrolyzer solutions.
- A Middle East-based sovereign wealth fund on the US$150 million acquisition of newly issued convertible preferred shares of SK On Co., Ltd., a leading Korean battery maker.
- Hexatronic Group AB, a group that develops, markets and delivers products, components and system solutions with the main focus on the fiber optic market, on its acquisition of KNET, a Korean global leader and pioneer in the development and manufacturing of microduct solutions for the telecommunication industry.
- Korea Investment & Securities Co., Ltd., a leading securities firm in Korea, on the formation of a substantial leveraged lending joint venture (SF Credit Partners, LLC) and strategic collaboration with Stifel Financial Corp., an international full-service investment bank in the US.
- Ooredoo Group, a leading international telecommunications company, on its US$6 billion merger of PT Indosat, an Indonesian subsidiary of Ooredoo Group, with PT Hutchison 3 Indonesia, an Indonesian subsidiary of CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd.
- Bangkok Bank Public Company Limited on its US$2.3 billion acquisition of a majority shareholding in Bank Permata Tbk from Standard Chartered Bank and PT Astra International Tbk. This transaction has been named "M&A Deal of the Year" by ALB Indonesia Law Awards 2020.
- Takeda Pharmaceuticals International AG on its divestment of a portfolio of select non-core over-the-counter and prescription pharmaceutical products sold in (a) Asia Pacific to Celltrion for US$278 million, (b) Latin America to Hypera Pharma for US$825 million, (c) Russia and a number of countries within the Commonwealth of Independent States to STADA for US$660 million and (d) Near East, Middle East and Africa to Acino for US$200 million.
- Samsung Electronics on its acquisition of (a) Zhilabs, S.L. a Spain-based artificial intelligence technology firm and (b) an Indian technology company.
- Baring Private Equity Asia on its sale of Halla Cement, a leading cement company in Korea, for approximately US$800 million.
- Hyundai Motor Company on multiple investments in startup companies in the United States, Europe and Southeast Asia, including among others, Grab, Ionic Materials, Metawave, Migo, Wayray and Perceptive Automata.