Benjamin Tay Associate

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Benjamin Tay

Benjamin Tay
Associate

T: +65 6622 9665 M: +65 9385 9708 Email Benjamin | vCard Office: Singapore

Benjamin is an associate in the shipping and offshore finance team in Singapore. Benjamin’s principal area of practice includes other non-contentious shipping transactions and extends to general banking and finance matters.
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Benjamin has worked on financing deals involving various jurisdictions such as Singapore, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Australia, Germany, Luxembourg, Spain, Switzerland, the UK and the US.
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LNG project finance

Advised the sponsor, a natural gas production company in the international financing round of an LNG project.

Currency swap secured note

Advised the arranger/dealer, a UK financial institution in a currency swap (GBP/ZAR) secured note programme.

Korean loan restructuring 

Advised the lender, a Luxembourg private credit fund on the restructuring of a convertible mezzanine loan backed by Korean assets.

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Syndicated secured loan

Advised the syndicate of lenders including a Philippine financial institution in a US$350 million loan transaction involving Singapore, Hong Kong and the UK.

Bilateral secured loan

Advised the lender, a Philippine financial institution in a US$100 million loan transaction involving Singapore and the UK.

Capital call financing

Advised the borrower, a Singapore fund on a US$100 million fund financing facility.

Mezzanine secured bilateral loan

Advised the lender, a Luxembourg private credit fund on a loan to a Swiss hospitality developer.

LNG project finance 

Advised the sponsor, a natural gas production company in the international financing round of an LNG project.

Currency swap secured note

Advised the arranger/dealer, a UK financial institution in a currency swap (GBP/ZAR) secured note programme.

Korean loan restructuring 

Advised the lender, a Luxembourg private credit fund on the restructuring of a convertible mezzanine loan backed by Korean assets.

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  • Singapore

Syndicated secured loan – Philippine financial institution

Advised the syndicate of lenders in a US$350 million loan transaction involving Singapore, Hong Kong and the UK.

Bilateral secured loan - Philippine financial institution

Advised the lender in a US$100 million loan transaction involving Singapore and the UK.

Capital call financing – Singapore fund

Advised the borrower on a US$100 million fund financing facility.

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