Wen Yi Tan

Associate
Singapore
  • 9 Raffles Place
  • #42-02 Republic Plaza
  • Singapore 048619
Profile Experience

Tan Wen Yi is a finance associate in the Singapore office of Latham & Watkins. Ms. Tan advises lenders and major corporate borrowers in a wide array of domestic and cross-border financings, including bilateral, club and syndicated loans, and acquisition finance, project finance, and corporate finance transactions.

Ms. Tan's experience includes advising:

  • Golden Energy and Resources (GEAR) on term loan facilities to finance its acquisition of Stanmore Coal, an ASX-listed Australian coal company, and a subsequent amendment to such facilities in connection with its acquisition of Ravenswood Gold Mine, an Australia-based open-pit gold mine
  • A syndicate of banks on a US$400 million term loan facility, concurrent with a US$1 billion bond offering, for Adani Electricity Mumbai, a provider of energy solutions 
  • OCP Asia (Singapore) on a term loan facility for PT Aserra NPM Investama in connection with its acquisition of PT Nusajaya Persadatama Mandiri, a nickel mining company based in Indonesia
  • PT Energi Mega Persada, an oil and gas company, on the refinancing of an existing term loan facility, secured by an extensive security package
  • Kinross International Group on term loan facilities to finance its acquisition of a shareholding interest in Energi Mega Pratama, the project company for the development and production of natural gas in the Kangean block in East Java, Indonesia
  • EMP Bentu, the operator of the Bentu oil and gas block near the city of Pekanbaru, Riau Province in Sumatra, on (1) a term loan facility to refinance its existing debt and fund its general corporate and working capital requirements and (2) the subsequent sale, transfer, and amendment of such facility
  • MyRepublic Group, a rapidly growing telecommunications company headquartered in Singapore with business operations in Indonesia, Australia, and New Zealand, on a structured credit facility from CLSA Capital Partners
  • DBS and Standard Chartered on a revolving credit facility for Astrea V, in connection with its issuance of US$600 million bonds backed by cash flows from a portfolio of private equity funds
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