Jun Wei Quah is an associate in the Financial Services Practice Group, based in the Singapore office.

    Jun Wei advises on asset and trade financing transactions, primarily for clients operating in the maritime and commodity trading sectors. His experience includes advising listed shipping companies, trading houses, and financial institutions on financings, re-financings, prepayments, and multijurisdictional vessel sales and purchases.

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    • Advising a wholly owned subsidiary of a NYSE-listed company on ECA-backed debt financing of over US$1.7 billion in relation to 18 newbuild vessels.
    • Advising a subsidiary of a national shipping line on syndicated facilities of more than US$372 million to finance tankers chartered to subsidiaries of Shell and Total.
    • Advising a leading commodities trading house on a US$150 million prepayment and refinancing facility relating to iron and steel products.
    • Advising a leading commodities trading house on a US$35 million prepayment and offtake relating to silver.
    • Advising a Russian multinational energy corporation on a US$108 million prepayment and refinancing facility relating to oil and gas.
    • Advising a national bank and infrastructure financing national company in relation to the construction, lease and purchase of a FPU with a contract value of over US$386 million.
    • Advising public and private shipping companies on multijurisdictional vessel sales and purchases.

    Education

    • University of Southampton, LL.B., (First Class Honours), 2017

    Admissions

    • Singapore, 2020

    Memberships and Affiliations

    • Member, Law Society of Singapore
    • Member, Singapore Academy of Law

    Languages

    • English
    • Chinese (Mandarin)
    • Single distinction in Part B of the Singapore Bar Examinations, 2020
    • Winston Churchill Memorial Prize for top degree classification, University of Southampton, 2017
    • Swords Prize for best dissertation, University of Southampton, 2017
    • Thomas Eggar Prize for best performance in cybersecurity law, University of Southampton, 2017

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