Fuyuo Mitomi

Fuyuo Mitomi

Education

University of Tokyo (LL.B., 1972)
The Legal Training and Research Institute of Japan (, 1974)
Harvard Law School (LL.M., 1978)

Bar Admissions

Japan

Fuyuo Mitomi is the Managing Partner of Ito & Mitomi, registered associated offices in Japan of Morrison & Foerster LLP. Mr. Mitomi represents both Japanese and non-Japanese corporations, investment banks, and other financial institutions on a wide range of cross-border and domestic legal matters with an emphasis on securities transactions and corporate law advice.

Mr. Mitomi is involved in various capital markets transactions, including global and domestic offerings of shares by both Japanese and foreign companies; Japanese domestic bonds; foreign currency-denominated convertible bonds of Japanese issuers; and yen-denominated ("Samurai") bonds of supranational institutions, foreign governments and agencies, and multinational corporations, as well as CBOs and CLOs. Mr. Mitomi has a broad range of experience in advising financial institutions on various regulatory issues. He also has been active in various types of domestic and international corporate matters, including inbound and outbound M&A and financing transactions.

Prior to founding Ito & Mitomi in 2001, Mr. Mitomi was a name partner in Tomotsune Kimura & Mitomi.

Fuyuo Mitomi is listed as a Senior Statesman for Capital Markets: Domestic in Chambers Global 2017 and Chambers Asia Pacific 2017. He is also listed as a Leading Lawyer for Capital Markets in The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2017 and was named to the Best Lawyers in Japan 2017.

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