Victor S. Liang

Partner | San Francisco | (415) 268-6476
(415) 268-6476

Victor Liang is a partner in Morrison & Foerster’s San Francisco office and is a member of the firm’s Finance and Projects Group.

Victor’s practice focuses on the representation of borrowers, lenders and other financial institutions in connection with domestic and cross-border financial transactions, including: secured and unsecured financings, syndicated lending, asset and cash-flow based lending, warehouse facilities, acquisition finance, structured finance, leveraged finance, equipment finance and real estate-backed loans.

Victor has substantial experience negotiating deals for clients in a wide range of industries and fields such as tech (e.g. fintech, proptech, edtech, medtech, blockchain and digital assets), financial services, life sciences, pharmaceuticals, impact investment lending, renewable energies and large-scale manufacturing, with an expertise in financing innovative and cutting-edge companies with intellectual property (including software and hardware). Victor also has a particular expertise working on bespoke, “outside-the-box” transactions that not only address unique credit/collateral needs but also require creating legal structures that optimize asset management, IP licensing and tax impacts.

In 2018, Victor was selected as an American Bar Association (ABA) "On the Rise – Top 40 Young Lawyer", and in 2021 he was recognized in Best Lawyers in America 2021’s "Ones to Watch" Recognition in Banking and Finance Law.  He serves as a member of the Commercial Transactions Committee of the Business Law Section of the California Lawyers Association.

Victor earned his law degree from Georgetown Law. He graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in International Relations and French from the University of Southern California.

Victor is fluent in French.

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