Renewable energy and banking specialist makes partner at Thomson Geer

Jae Lemin joined the firm after working in Hong Kong for 16 years

Renewable energy and banking specialist makes partner at Thomson Geer
Jae Lemin

Thomson Geer has welcomed renewable energy and banking specialist Jae Lemin to its partnership.

Lemin has significant experience assisting corporates, developers, and private equity funds on a broad range of acquisitions, projects, and financings particularly affecting the renewable energy sector. He has worked on a number of significant transactions within Australia, Asia-Pacific, South America, and Africa.

Moreover, he has spent periods on secondment in National Australia Bank’s global treasury department in Melbourne, as well as in Australia and Standard Chartered Bank’s wholesale banking group in Hong Kong.

Prior to joining Thomson Geer, he served as a partner at Eversheds Sutherland’s Hong Kong office for almost seven years. He also held consultant and senior associate positions at Herbert Smith Freehills and Latham & Watkins in Hong Kong, respectively.

According to Lemin, he was delighted to return to Australia after spending his career in Hong Kong for 16 years.

“I’m pleased to be joining Thomson Geer, one of Australia’s top law firms, and look forward to working with my colleagues on growing our renewable energy and ESG practices,” Lemin said.

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