Christina Jeong

Christina Jeong

Senior Associate
Tokyo

Email christina.jeong@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +81 3 5157 8254

Fax +81 3 5157 8210

LanguagesEnglish, Korean, Japanese

Practice groupCorporate & Finance

Christina Jeong is a senior associate in the Hogan Lovells Infrastructure, Energy, Resources and Projects team based in Tokyo.  

She has experience in the area of international project finance transactions advising lenders (including development finance institutions, export credit agencies and commercial banks), sponsors and governments with a particular focus on power, petrochemical and renewable energy projects in the Middle East, Central Asia and Africa.  Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, Christina practiced law in London and Tokyo for a global law firm in their banking  and corporate departments.

As of 1 April 2019, Christina is seconded to Nippon Export and Investment Insurance where she will advise on various aspects of the business with a primary focus on power project financing.

Christina is fully bilingual in English and Korean and she is fluent in Japanese.

Education and admissions

Education

LL.B., University of Auckland

B.A., University of Auckland

Bar admissions and qualifications

Solicitor, England and Wales

New Zealand

Representative experience

Consortium of development finance institutions on the financing of 13 solar power projects in Egypt which will form part of the Benban Solar Park*


The lender group (including  ECAs, multilateral financial institutions and commercial lenders) on the financing of a petrochemicals project in Uzbekistan*

The project company in connection with the 2,000MW Sur IPP project in the Sultanate*

Investor group co-led by Partners group and Equis Funds group in connection with a US$250 million investment of utility-scale solar power plants across Japan*

The National Oil and Gas Authority (NOGA) and The Oil & Gas Holding Company on the financing of the Bahrain LNG terminal*

The project company in connection with the 2,000MW Mesaieed A IPP power plant in Qatar*

The project company in connection with the 2,600MW Ras Laffan C IWPP power and desalination project in Qatar*

The lender in relation to the financing of a 230,000 meter³ fuel storage facility at the Port of Salalah in Oman*

The lenders in respect of the PPP financing of  two portfolios comprising 10 school units and 12 school units respectively in Attica, Greece*

HSBC on the sale of its private banking business in Japan to Credit Suisse*

*Matter handled prior to joining Hogan Lovells.

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