Yun is a project finance lawyer based in Singapore. Yun has extensive experience advising sponsors and lenders in relation to the development and project financing major energy and infrastructure projects in Australia and in the Asia-Pacific region.
Yun is recognised in the industry as a winner in the Banking and Finance category of the 2018 Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30 Awards. Before relocating to Singapore, Yun has previously worked in Sydney and Perth with a large international law firm.
The Momentum Trains Consortium (comprising CIMIC Group’s Pacific Partnerships, DIF and CAF Investment Projects) which was selected by Transport for New South Wales to deliver the Regional Rail Project as a design, build, finance, operate and maintain contract.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Westpac Banking Corporation on the project financing of the 275 MW Darlington Point Solar Farm located in New South Wales, Australia. The project will be Australia’s largest solar PV farm upon completion.
Australian Renewable Energy Agency in relation to its $23 million grant funding of the Kwinana Waste-to-Energy Project, Australia’s first utility scale waste-to-energy facility, located in Western Australia, Australia.
Macquarie Capital and the project companies on the project development, corporate sale and project financing of the 228MW Yendon and Elaine Wind Farms located in Victoria, Australia.
The syndicate of lenders in relation to the project financing of the Powering Australia Renewables Fund’s development of the $850 million, 453MW Coopers Gap Wind Farm located in Queensland, Australia. The project will be Australia’s largest wind farm upon completion.
The project vehicles in relation to the refinancing of a variety of infrastructure PPP projects in Australia, including the Sydney International Convention, Exhibition and Entertainment Precinct (New South Wales), the New Bendigo Hospital (Victoria) and the Sunshine Coast University Hospital (Queensland).
Yun graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (Distinction) and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Western Australia in 2013. Yun was admitted to practice in 2014 and is qualified as a legal practitioner with the Law Society of New South Wales.