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  • Shin & Kim LLC Wins Structured Finance and Securitisation Deal of the Year at the IFLR Asia-Pacific Awards 2020

    Shin & Kim LLC received the “Structured Finance and Securitisation Deal of the Year” award at the IFLR Asia-Pacific Awards 2020 for advising PeopleFund on the P2P loan securitization.

  • COVID-19 Resource Center

    As the global COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, our clients are facing unprecedented legal issues relating to the outbreak and the business disruptions. In a crisis situation, it is critical to accurately understand the problem, mitigate risk factors, and design the most effective solution for your business. This requires a multidisciplinary approach and thorough analysis. To keep you informed and address concerns, Shin & Kim has launched its COVID-19 Task Force and Resource Center.

  • Shin & Kim Shines at the “ALB Korea Law Awards 2019,” including Most Number of Individual Wins

    On November 15, 2019, for the first time in the “ALB Korea Law Awards” history, Shin & Kim tied for the first place, receiving eight awards. Specifically, Shin & Kim received 2 “Law Firm of the Year” awards - in Technology, Media and Telecommunications (”TMT”) as well as in Construction and Real Estate. Our firm also received “Deal of the Year” awards in four areas - M&A, Debt Market, Project Finance, and Real Estate. Shin & Kim was the only law firm to have two partners taking home top prizes in the individual category. Mr. Tong-Gun LEE was named the “Deal Maker of the Year,” while Ms. Helen PARK was recognized as the “Woman Lawyer of the Year.”

  • Shin & Kim Establishes “Indonesia Desk” in Strategic Partnership with AKSET

    South Korea is one of the top 10 investors in Indonesia, especially in the manufacturing sector. The total investment realization from South Korea since 2014 until the first quarter of 2019 reached USD 7.3 billion. Further, with the beginning of the Indonesian President Joko Widodo’s second term, his administration announced a new policy goal– “Making Indonesia 4.0 – whereby the Indonesian economy strives to rank among the top 10 economies in the world by 2030. As a result, demand for legal services in Indonesia continues to increase.