Justin Joonhyuk Chang
Justin is an associate in the Firm's Seoul office and a member of the Project Development and Finance Group, providing business and strategic advice to clients regarding financing transactions, which enable the completion of major projects.
Justin has previously worked in Melbourne, Sydney and Tokyo, and has completed a secondment at Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV).
K-EXIM, K-SURE and other lenders in connection with the financing of the development of a power project in Guam.
K-EXIM in connection with the financing of the acquisition of an FSRU by a Turkish gas company supported by a repayment guaranty issued by the Turkish government.
KEPCO in its acquisition and financing of a coal-fired power project in Indonesia.
a consortium of Korean investors consisting of Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power, Alpha Asset Management, Sprott Korea Investment, Hana Financial Investment and Korea Investment & Securities in connection with an acquisition of a 49.9 per cent cash equity interest in a portfolio of four wind projects in the US totalling 852 MW, located in Texas, Illinois and Nebraska.
FRV on the sale of 49% interest in FRV Australia to OMERS, a platform which includes six operational and under construction solar PV assets totalling 637 MW, and a development pipeline comprising of 2.7 GW of solar PV projects and 1.3 GW of BESS assets.
FRV on the delivery and financing of the 90 MW Sebastopol Solar Farm and 67.8 MW Goonumbla Solar Farm in New South Wales, Australia.
Ghazanfar Group, as sponsor, on the development and financing of a 58.6 MW gas-fired power plant in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan, which is the first privately funded gas-to-power IPP in Afghanistan.
various airlines such as Avianca and Vietjet in connection with financing various aircrafts.
Brite Energy Partners, a South Korean solar energy development and investment company, on its equity financing and further financing commitment in an aggregate amount of more than US$100 million from BlackRock Real Assets.
a consortium led by Brookfield Infrastructure on the US$8.4 billion acquisition of Genesee & Wyoming Inc. (NYSE:GWR).
Zynga Inc., a global leader in interactive entertainment, in its US$525 million acquisition of StarLark, developer of the fast-growing and second-largest mobile golf game in the world, Golf Rival, from Betta Games.
a Japanese resources company on disputes arising from its multi-billion dollar offshore LNG project in northern Australia, including security of payments adjudications.
Moorebank Intermodal Company on the $1.5 billion Moorebank Intermodal Terminal in south-west Sydney, in arbitrations against the developer Qube Limited and its subsidiaries, arising from construction claims for variations and delay costs.
gumi Inc. in gumi Cryptos Capital LLC's seed round investment in various cryptocurrency and blockchain start-ups.