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Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP

IZUMI GARDEN TOWER, 28TH FLOOR, 1-6-1 ROPPONGI, MINATO-KU, TOKYO 106-6028, JAPAN
Tel:
Work +81 3 3224 2900
Fax:
Fax +81 3 3224 2901
Web:
www.orrick.com

Hiroki Sugita

Tel:
Work +81 3 3224 2953
Email:
Web:
www.orrick.com
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP

Work Department

M&A and Private Equity

Position

Partner

Career

Hiroki Sugita works on a wide range of cross-border transactions including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, emerging companies and venture capital transactions, and private equity investment especially in Japan, the United States, Europe and Asia. He also has extensive experience in fund formation, real estate and various types of finance transactions.

Languages

Japanese
English


Japan: Corporate and M&A

Corporate and M&A – International firms and joint ventures

Within: Corporate and M&A – International firms and joint ventures

Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP recently advised Hitachi Chemical on its takeover of German holding company HT Beteiligungs, and acted for Nippon Soda on the sale of its plant health business to Zoetis Japan. Elsewhere, David Case teamed up with the firm's Dusseldorf office to handle the sale of EKK Eagle's general partnership interest in Integral Accumulator, while Hiroki Sugita assisted Japan-based travel services provider HIS and a Hong Kong venture capital fund with an investment in Taiwan-based e-commerce travel platform KKday. Mark Weeks and Yumiko Ohta are also key contacts within the firm. Managing associate Sakon Kuramoto transferred from the real estate practice and was part of the team which advised Mitsui on several strategic investments.

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