Alexander McMyn is a Partner in White & Case's Asia Banking and Restructuring practice, based in Singapore.
Alexander advises lenders, sponsors, and borrowers on a wide range of transactions across the Asia-Pacific region. With more than twelve years' experience advising from Singapore, he has worked on deals involving a number of jurisdictions, with a particular focus on Singapore, India, Indonesia, and The Philippines.
Alexander advises on a range of financings: clients have turned to him for assistance on acquisition and leveraged financings, general corporate loans, structured and limited-recourse financings, as well as fund-related products and investments related to infrastructure and commodities. As the lending market in Asia has evolved, these financings have often been deployed simultaneously with the acquisition by creditors of equity (or equity-linked) interests – Alexander often works with other specialists on the structuring and execution of such arrangements.
As market conditions have altered over time, Alexander has also built considerable experience working on the restructuring, workout and sale and purchase of interests in defaulted financings.
Pertamina in relation to a €1.04 billion guarantee facility backing its public offer for shares in Etablissements Maurel et Prom - a vehicle listed in Paris.*
Allied Gold Group on the financing provided to it by a specialist mining investment fund for the acquisition of interests in gold mines in two African jurisdictions.*
Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets fund on the debt financing drawn to support its US$1.3 billion tender offer acquisition of a controlling interest in Energy Development Corporation of The Philippines.*
A syndicate of lenders on the provision of a US$1.5 billion revolving credit facility to members of the BOC Aviation group.*
ANZ Bank in relation to capital call financings provided by it to funds investing in Southeast Asia and China.*
The arrangers of a multi-faceted financing by way of loan, forward purchase and offtake arrangements, combined with an equity investment made by the creditors in an Indonesian-incorporated coal mining venture.*
A regional bank on the restructuring and subsequent sale of a defaulted loan in excess of US$2.3 billion to an Indian conglomerate.*
*Experience prior to joining White & Case.