Tae Kim, Esq.
AttorneyCorporate and Securities
Tae Kim is a Corporate and Securities Attorney whose practice involves advising clients on securities compliance in private and public offerings, fund designing, and preparing offering documents. Tae works closely with clients to establish mortgage funds, real estate acquisition funds, syndications, real estate investment trusts (REITs), and Qualified Opportunity Funds.
What do you like to do in your free time?
I like to play with my kids and spend time with my family.
What is your favorite TV show, movie, and band/artist?
TV show: The Office
Movie: The Matrix
Band/Artist: The Rolling Stones
If you could change one thing about the world, what would it be?
I would bring world peace.
- J.D., The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
- B.A., University of California, Los Angeles
- IRS Extends Opportunity Zone Fund Benefits in Light of Ongoing Pandemic
- 5 Advantages of a Mortgage Pool
- Hypothecations and Participations: Securities Exemptions in Private Lending
- Exploring Fiduciary Duties
- A Step-by-Step Guide for Registering and Trademarking Your Brand
- The Importance of Trademark Protection for Financial Service Entities
- Update on Changes Affecting Qualified Opportunity Funds
- [COVID-19] Updating Offering Documents
- [COVID-19] California Finance Lenders: How to Remain in Compliance During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- [COVID-19] What is a Side Letter?
- [COVID-19] Risk Factors Related to Mortgage and Non-Performing Loan Funds
- [COVID-19] Special Issues for Mortgage REITs during COVID-19 Outbreak
- SEC Requests Public’s Input Regarding Accredited Investor Definition Changes
- The Effect of Rent Control Policies on Apartment REITs
- EB-5 Investors Rush to Get in before Pending Changes Take Effect
- Private Equity Firms Converting to C-Corp with Huge Upside
- Changes to EB-5 Program Could Increase Minimum Amount Invested
- Cold Storage Heating Up The Real Estate Investment Markets
- Lenders, Commercial Real Estate Owners, and Investors and the California Cannabis Business
- Roadblocks Could Derail EB5 Investment
- More Banks Working With Marijuana Businesses, Despite Federal Moves
- Senate Banking Committee Warns of Fintech Privacy Risks