Jin-Hyuk Jang is an international counsel based in the Debevoise’s Frankfurt office and a member of the firm’s Corporate Department and the Investment Management Group. He advises sponsors on the structuring of investment funds covering numerous sectors and strategies including private equity, real estate, infrastructure, venture capital and credit funds as well as on any regulatory matters in connection with managing, advising and marketing private funds. He also advises regulated institutional investors on fund investments. He has deep experience of private fund-related aspects of European financial regulation, including investment, insurance and banking regulatory issues.

Mr. Jang is a regular speaker and author of articles on fund related topics. His recent speaking engagements include “Live Regulatory Q&A,” German Private Equity Forum (November, 2019); “Mergers & Acquisitions,“ Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Munster Lecture (July, 2019); “Regulatory Update,” SuperReturn International (March, 2019); “LPA Negotiation with Pension Funds,” The Private Investment Funds Breakfast Briefing (June, 2018); “Regulatory and Compliances Issues,” Invest Europe Fund Structuring Training (March, 2018); “Credit Funds,” WM Seminare (November, 2017);“The Upcoming Amendments to the EuVECA Regulation and their Practical Impacts,” WM Seminare (May, 2017) and “Fund Distribution and Structuring,” alfi European Alternative Investment Funds Conference (November, 2016). Mr. Jang’s recent publication includes the commentary on Sec. 1 (Definitions) and 36 (Delegation) of the German Capital Investment Code (Kapitalanlagegesetzbuch, KAGB) in Weitnauer/Boxberger/Anders, Legal Commentary on the Capital Investment Code, Munich 2017 (2nd edition).

Mr. Jang studied law at Goethe University in Frankfurt, the University of Milan and the University of Münster. Prior to joining Debevoise in 2017, he was a counsel at a leading German law firm and an associate at a major U.S. law firm in Frankfurt.

Mr. Jang was admitted to the Frankfurt Bar in 2010. He is a native German speaker and fluent in English.


  • Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Master of Laws
  • Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main, First State Examination

Bar Admissions

  • Frankfurt