Jeffrey Washenko

Of Counsel | San Francisco
(415) 268-6699


Represented Texas Pacific Group in the sale of Advanced Interconnect Technologies Ltd., a semiconductor testing and assembly company, to Unisem (M) Berhad.

Represented Baring Asia Private Equity in connection with its sale of Sky Auction Inc. and Resilience Corporation and acquisitions of Amsino Medical Group and VPEP Inc.

Represented Steelhead Partners in its investments in Globalstar Inc., Level 3 Communication.

Represented NTT Communications with the sale of Autoweb Inc. to Kinderhook Private Equity.

Represented Verio Inc. in the acquisition of the SME-hosting business from NTTEO Gmbh.

Represented Flash Electronics Inc., a leading EMS company, in its merger with Asteel, forming a $750 million annual revenue company.

Represented Microsoft Corporation in connection with several share and asset acquisitions in the US and Europe.

Represented Moulin Global Eye Care Holdings, Ltd. in its $450 Million acquisition from T. H. Lee of Eye Care Centers of America, Inc., the second largest optical retail chain in the United States and Moulin Global Eye Care Holdings, Ltd. in its $800 million bid for NYSE listed Cole National Corporation.

Represented Microcell, a leading original design manufacturer for GSM handset devices in its $200 million sale to NASDAQ listed Flextronics, Ltd.

Represented First Republic Bank in its $177 million stock acquisition of NASDAQ listed BWC Financial Corp.

Represented Advanced Interconnect Technologies, a global provider of semiconductor testing and assembly services based in Pleasanton, California, in its $250 million merger with several testing and assembly companies of Hana Microelectronics plc, a Thai publicly listed company and in its acquisitions of Multitech Design & Test, Inc. and Semiconductor Services L.C.

Represented Amkor Technology in connection with its purchase of semiconductor testing assets of IBM in Singapore and China and entering into a long term supply contract for testing and assembly services

Represnted KPN Mobile in the $602 million sale of its 22% stake in PT Telkomsel, the largest cellular operator in Indonesia, to Singapore Telecommunications.