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Scott Jalowayski is a partner in the Singapore office and a partner (non-resident) in the Hong Kong office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP. He is a co-chair of the firm’s Global Private Equity Practice Group. Scott primarily advises private equity funds, their portfolio companies, and other global and regional investment managers on their investment and M&A transactions in Asia, including leveraged and unleveraged control acquisitions, minority investments, joint ventures, divestures and restructurings. He represents PE sponsors, asset managers and corporates in investments and acquisitions in a wide range of industries including healthcare, industrials, telecommunications, media, retail/consumer and technology. Scott also has significant experience in real assets, including real estate and digital infrastructure development, hospitality and other types of infrastructure investments.
Scott is recognized and regularly ranked as a leading lawyer for private equity work, including buyouts and venture capital investments by Chambers Asia Pacific and Chambers Greater China Region in which clients praised him as being “a trusted partner, with not only excellent professional knowledge but also strong commercial sense. He always thinks from a client’s perspective and provides timely and thorough advice” and “has strong technical and commercial skills.” One client appreciates his ability to “provide proper guidance in a complicated deal situation.” He is also rated as a highly regarded lawyer in IFLR1000 and as a leading lawyer in private equity in The Legal 500 Asia Pacific guide.
Some of his recent and most significant experience includes advising:
Scott has practiced in Asia since 2000. He received his Juris Doctor (summa cum laude) from New York Law School in 1998, where he was the articles editor for New York Law School Law Review. He also gained his Master of Business Administration from Monterey Institute of International Studies in 1995 and Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Los Angeles in 1991. He is admitted to practice in Hong Kong and the State of New York.
New York Law School - 1998 Juris Doctor
Middlebury Institute of International Studies - 1995 MBA
University of California - Los Angeles - 1991 Bachelor of Arts
New York Bar
Solicitor of the High Court of Hong Kong