Sangmyoung Shin practices in finance law areas, with a focus on project finance, banking and finance, and energy. His experience includes the representation of financial institutions and borrowers in a wide range of domestic and cross-border transactions, including project finance, ECA-backed finance, and corporate loan transactions. He has negotiated transactions in the United States, the Middle East, Latin America and Asia. These include advising KEXIM on the $2.6 billion financing of a coal-fired power project in Indonesia, KEXIM and K-SURE on the $4.7 billion financing of a FLNG project in Mozambique, a Korean sponsor on a BESS project in Ireland, and KEXIM on the $2.5 billion financing of a copper mining project in Chile.
Kim & Chang (2015-Present);
Milbank LLP, London (2014);
The Export-Import Bank of Korea (2006-15).
New York Bar;
International Financial Industry Deliberation Committee, Ministry of Economy and Finance, Korea.
‘International Project Finance Second Edition: Chapter 9’ (Advisor / Reviewer, Oxford University Press, 2015);
‘Chambers Global Practice Guide - Project Finance 2019’ (Edition 2): Korea Chapter (Co-author, Chambers and Partners, 2019)
Fordham University School of Law (LL.M., 2018);
Seoul National University School of Law (J.D., 2012);
Seoul National University (B.A., Business Administration, 2003).