Julie Eum is a New York banking & finance lawyer with broad experience in debt financing. Her practice focuses on representing banks and other financial institutions as well as borrowers and issuers in numerous debt financing transactions, including credit facilities, note purchase facilities and private placements, and also on analyzing bank regulatory issues arising from a wide variety of financing transactions.
Some of Julie's recent transactions include representing:
The lead arranger and administrative agent for a US $400 million revolving credit facility provided to a Native American tribe.
The lead arranger and administrative agent for a US$171 million secured bridge loan facility provided to a governmental agency in connection with the construction of a major transit center.
A Korean bank as arranger and agent for US$125 million secured term and revolving credit facilities provided to a Korean company.
A New York-based insurance company for a US $125 million borrowing-based note purchase facility provided to an marketplace lending startup.
A private company in connection with its US$250 million margin loan facility.
A Korean hedge fund in Bank Holding Company Act-related matters involving its potential investments in Korean banks.
A renewable energy company in Bank Holding Company Act-related matters involving investments by foreign banks in its project companies.
A Japanese bank in Sections 23A/23B and Regulation W-related matters.
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