Eugene Kim is an associate in the Tax practice.
He advises clients on the tax aspects of corporate transactions, including domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, tax-free spin-offs and internal restructurings.
Prior to joining Shearman & Sterling, Eugene worked in the Washington National Tax office of a Big Four accounting firm where he advised multinationals on the federal tax aspects of domestic and cross-border transactions. In particular, Eugene focused on a broad range of transactional tax matters, including tax-free reorganizations, spin-offs and issues related to consolidated groups. He also managed matters in the private letter ruling process before the IRS National Office.
- The underwriters in connection with ArcelorMittal’s fixed-rate offerings totaling $2.2 billion
- Profile Products in its acquisition of Quick Plug Group
- SPX Technologies in the sale of three subsidiaries to a joint venture formed by Global Risk Capital and Premia Holdings
- General Electric Company in its acquisition of Nexus Controls from Baker Hughes
- PSA International in its acquisition of BDP Intermediate 1, Inc.
- Granite Construction Incorporated in the sale of its Inliner business to Inland Pipe Rehabilitation LLC
- The initial purchasers in connection with a £700 million (equivalent) bond offering that served as financing for Cinven’s acquisition of True Potential
- AcelRx Pharmaceuticals in its acquisition of Lowell Theraputics
- VIA Outlets B.V. in connection with its green bond financing
- The initial purchasers in connection with Sherwood Financing plc's offering of £1.2 billion (equivalent) senior secured notes and subsequent £285 million revolving facility for Arrow Global
- The underwriters in connection with Sonendo’s $93.6 million initial public offering
- The initial purchasers in connection with Aggreko’s bond financing, and the company’s $750 million term loan B facility
- The initial purchasers in connection with Aggreko’s $450 million senior notes offering by Albion Financing 2 S.à r.l. and the arrangers, in connection with the company’s $750 million senior term loan B facility
- Boston Scientific in its $1.75 billion acquisition of Baylis Medical Company
LL.M. in Taxation, with Distinction, Dean’s list
University of Maryland
B.S., Robert H. Smith School of Business
Eugene is an adjunct professor of law at Georgetown University Law Center where he teaches corporate income taxation.