Joshua Oeij

Joshua Oeij


Email joshua.oeij@​

Phone +65 6302 2446

Fax +65 6538 7077

LanguagesEnglish, Mandarin

Practice groupFinance

Josh is an associate in the Business Restructuring and Insolvency Group. He acts for financial institutions, strategic investors and insolvency practitioners on a range of issues arising out of cross-border restructurings and insolvencies across Asia. 

In addition to restructuring and insolvency matters, Josh has also advised purchasers on real estate-backed loan portfolio transactions.

Prior to joining the firm, Josh worked for a Magic Circle firm in London. 

Education and admissions


LL.M., New York University School of Law

LL.B., London School of Economics and Political Science, First class Honours

Court admissions

Senior Courts of England and Wales

Representative experience

Advised PwC as joint administrators of Lehman Brothers International (Europe) on the multi-jurisdictional insolvency of Lehman Brothers.*

Advised GT as liquidators of SICL (part of Saad Group). One of the Gulf's largest multi-jurisdictional litigations over US$13bn of creditors’ claims.*

Advised Cerberus on its acquisition of RBS'/Ulster Bank's £1.4bn Northern Ireland-backed loans for £205m (Project Rathlin).*

Advised DB, SCB and ANZ on the US$500m restructuring of PT Trikomsel, involving a split of the debt into two tranches and a debt to equity conversion.

Advised Standard Chartered on a defaulted US$1bn loan to PT Borneo Lumbung Energi & Metal.

Advised a secured lender and participant debt fund on the refinancing of a US$450m loan provided to an Indian conglomerate.

Advised a distressed debt fund in relation to SGX-traded New York law governed guaranteed notes issued by an Indian developer.

Advised an IDX-listed company in a potential loan-to-own restructuring of the Maxpower group.

Advising a bridge financier on the acquisition of a prefabrication/construction hub via purchase of distressed secured debt and refinancing exit.

*Matter handled prior to joining Hogan Lovells.

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