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Emily Tsoi is a banking and finance lawyer with extensive experience advising on multijurisdictional leveraged finance, private credit, funds finance, and corporate finance matters. Emily has practiced in Australia and Hong Kong, where she represented financial institutions, private capital funds, sponsors, and corporates on a wide range of debt transactions.

Prior to joining Jones Day, Emily worked in the Sydney and Hong Kong offices of a Magic Circle firm and at a top-tier international firm’s Sydney office. Recent highlights of Emily’s experience include acting for global private credit funds and financial institutions on the up to AU$1 billion unitranche financing to TPG Capital's acquisition of InvoCare; the mandated lead arranger, underwriter, and bookrunner on the Term Loan B financing of BGH Capital's acquisition of the Virtus Group; and various funds and financiers on funds financings, including financings to Global Infrastructure Partners and OPTrust, a Canadian pension fund.

Emily's experience also extends to green and sustainable finance, including acting for a lending syndicate of more than 20 global financial institutions on the AU$1.5 billion multicurrency syndicated sustainability-linked loan facility for Ramsay Health Care (International Financing Review [IFR] "Asia ESG Loan of the Year 2021").

Emily was recognized as a "Senior Associate of the Year" finalist by Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Awards 2023 and is a committee member of the Funds Finance Association (FFA).