Hillmont Partners Welcomes New Partner Valentyn Zasukha to Lead its Corporate and M&A Practice
Hillmont Partners is pleased to announce that Valentyn Zasukha, an experienced corporate finance and investment advisor, is joining the firm as a Partner and Head of its Corporate and M&A practice.
Valentyn Zasukha is one of the market’s prominent legal managers with a diverse background. His credentials include advising on corporate financing (syndicate lending, subordinated debt instruments, refinancing, title financing), cross-border investments, pre- and post-M&A corporate restructurings and reorganizations, joint ventures and exit strategies. He is also strong in guiding businesses and private investors through corporate governance issues and banking and financial services regulatory. Valentyn has for many years coordinated the legal function within top national investment companies, financial institutions and NPL funds.
James Hart, Co-Managing Partner at Hillmont Partners says, commenting: “We are very excited about Valentyn joining our partnership and the team. He brings the highest level of expertise and project management in cross-border corporate and finance legal matters involving businesses from Ukraine. Over the past two years, our firm has worked closely with Valentyn Zasukha on some very complex client mandates related to debt restructuring in international courts. Our collaboration has proved that Valentyn has an incredible sense of business acumen, and he’s also a fantastic project manager and team player.”
“Delivering legal services in ways that align with the business strategies of clients is my personal calling. I felt grounded and inspired by working shoulder to shoulder with Hillmont Partners in a joint effort to develop a tailor-made winning legal strategy. They are real fighters, they are resilient. The firm and I have now stepped up our cooperation and taken it to the next level by entering into this partnership. I am looking forward to helping contribute to the firm’s legal offering and its future successes”, Valentyn Zasukha said, commenting on his new role.