Howe Min Wee is a member of Latham's Energy & Infrastructure Industry Group, counselling investors on the most complex and innovative, and often first-of-their-kind, transactions across Asia and globally.

Mr. Wee specializes in project development and finance, advising export credit agencies, multilaterals, commercial lenders, and sponsors in large-scale, high-profile projects in the energy (including geothermal), commodities, and infrastructure sectors. He also has significant experience in corporate structured financings (including in a special situations, distressed assets, and/or direct lending context), acquisition financings, and M&A, particularly in the infrastructure sector.

Mr. Wee also serves on the Public and International Law Committee of the Law Society of Singapore.

Mr. Wee’s experience includes:

Project Development and Finance

  • Rantau Dedap Geothermal Power Project, Indonesia: Advising the export credit agencies and commercial bank lenders on the US$701 million project financing of the 98.4 MW Rantau Dedap Geothermal Power Project in South Sumatra, Indonesia. This project is one of the pioneer new generation geothermal power projects developed under Indonesia’s updated geothermal regulations and the Fast Track 2 program. This transaction was awarded Geothermal Deal of the Year at the IJGlobal Asia Pacific Awards
  • Muara Laboh Geothermal Project, Indonesia: Advising the export credit agencies and commercial bank lenders in the US$440 million project financing of the 80 MW Muara Laboh Geothermal Power Project in West Sumatra
  • Pengerang Petrochemical Project, Malaysia: Advising the project company on the development and financing of an aromatics complex, including a fully integrated condensate splitter and aromatics plant, in Pengerang, Johor, Malaysia
  • LNG Import Terminal Project, Philippines: Advising the project owner in connection with the development of an LNG import terminal in the Philippines
  • Sarulla Geothermal Power Project, Indonesia: Advising Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC), Asian Development Bank (ADB), and the commercial bank lenders in the financing of the Sarulla geothermal power project in North Sumatra
  • Cirebon 2 Power Project, Indonesia: Advising the sponsors on the US$1.74 billion project financing of a 1000 MW ultra-supercritical coal-fired power plant expansion in West Java, Indonesia
  • Jurong Aromatics Petrochemicals Project, Singapore: Advising Jurong Aromatics and its affiliates in relation to the US$2.08 billion development and financing of a petrochemicals project

Corporate Structured Finance, Special Situations, Acquisition Finance, and M&A

  • Advising Clifford Capital as sponsor, manager, and subordinated note investor, in the first infrastructure project finance securitization in Asia; a US$458 million issuance that included four classes of notes issued by Bayfront Infrastructure Capital and three classes of investment grade rated notes (Class A, B, and C Notes) listed on the SGX-ST. This transaction was awarded the Asia-Pacific Bond Deal of the Year by Project Finance International 2018, as well as Structured Finance and Securitisation Deal of the Year at the IFLR Asia-Pacific Awards 2019
  • Advising EQT on a historic financing in connection with the acquisition by EQT Infrastructure of Integrated Clinical Oncology Network Pty Ltd (Icon Group), Australia’s largest vertically integrated cancer care provider, from a consortium including Goldman Sachs Asset Management, QIC Private Capital Pty Ltd, and Pagoda Investment Advisors; the deal marks the largest-ever all-Australian dollar Term Loan B (TLB) financing on record and the first TLB in Australia to exceed A$1 billion
  • Advising the United Test and Assembly Center group in connection with the acquisition (and related financing) of factories in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore from the Panasonic group
  • Advising the lender in the acquisition financing of distressed real estate in Singapore
  • Advising the ad hoc committee of perpetual capital security holders of Noble Group Ltd. in connection with its proposed US$3.5 billion restructuring plan

Bar Qualification

  • England and Wales (Solicitor)
  • Singapore


  • Bachelor of Law, King's College London