Yun is an associate in the Project Development and Finance practice based in Singapore. He has experience in project financing and development of major energy and infrastructure projects in the Asia-Pacific region.
Yun was recognized as co-winner in the Banking and Finance category of the 2018 Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30 Awards.
Energy & Resources
The Sponsors on the development and project financing of the 96 MW Jeonnam offshore wind project in Shinan County in Jeonnam Province, South Korea.
The Sponsor in connection with its proposed development and financing of a gas-to-chemical complex in Uzbekistan.
Udenna Corporation in relation to its acquisition (including multisource financing) of Chevron's 45% participating interest in the offshore Malampaya gas field in the Philippines.*
Sembcorp Utilities on the development of the Dung Quat II combined cycle gas turbine plant in Vietnam.*
EGATi on the development of the 1,300MW Quang Tri thermal power project in Quang Tri province, Vietnam.*
Australian Renewable Energy Agency in relation to its $23 million grant funding of the Kwinana Waste to Energy Project, Australia's first utility scale energy to waste facility, located in Western Australia.*
Macquarie Capital and the project companies on the project development, corporate sale and project financing of the Yendon and Elaine Wind Farms (228MW) in Victoria's Central Highlands.*
Various lenders on the project financing of various solar farms in Australia, including First Solar's 95MW Beryl Solar Farm in New South Wales, FRV's 100MW Lilyvale Solar Farm in Queensland, and the Hayan and Daydream Solar Farms in Queensland.*
Various lenders on the project financing of various wind farms in Australia, including the second stage (100MW) and third stage (109MW) of the Hornsdale Wind Farm in South Australia, Powering Australia Renewables Fund's development of the 453MW Coopers Gap Wind Farm in Queensland and the 200MW Silverton Wind Farm in New South Wales, as well as the acquisition of the 53MW Broken Hill and the 102MW Nyngan solar assets in New South Wales.*
First Solar on the project financing of the approx. 50MW Manildra solar PV farm located in New South Wales, Australia.*
Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) on the project financing of the Parkes (55MW), Griffith (30MW) and Dubbo (25MW) solar farms in New South Wales, Australia. The three projects are the first with debt financing to reach financial close under the CEFC's A$250 million large-scale solar program and the Australian Renewable Energy Agency's A$92 million large-scale solar competitive funding round.*
PPPs and Infrastructure
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation on the project financing for the Digital Seoul 1 (ICN10) data center project located in Seoul, South Korea. This is one of the first data center project financings in South Korea.
The lenders to a consortium bidding on a street lighting PPP project in the United Arab Emirates.
The Momentum Trains Consortium (comprising CIMIC Group's Pacific Partnerships, DIF and CAF Investment Projects) which was selected by Transport for NSW to deliver the Regional Rail Project as a design, build, finance and maintain contract.*
Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank on its loan to (Cambodia) Fiber Optic Communication Network Co., Ltd. to develop the fiber backbone network and metro network in Cambodia.*
The project vehicles on the refinancings of the New Bendigo Hospital Project in Victoria, the Sunshine Coast University Hospital in Queensland and the Sydney International Convention, Exhibition and Entertainment Precinct.*
Corporate, Property and Other Financings
Credit Guarantee Investment Fund on its guarantee of 2 listed bond issuances in Cambodia, representing the first such bonds issued and listed in Cambodia and guaranteed by CGIF.*
The lenders in relation to a variety of unsecured multicurrency syndicated and bilateral debt facilities with Macquarie Group Limited, including on the provision of £2 billion loan facilities to Macquarie Group Limited, being the first green loan issued by any financial institution globally and by an Australian company using the APLMA Green Loan Principles.*
*Experience prior to joining White & Case