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Jia Hui Yip

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Tay & Partners

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Aviation, Banking and Finance


Jia Hui practises in the areas of corporate, commercial and financial related work. Jia Hui’s experience includes asset financing and leasing, with particular emphasis on the aviation industry. She has represented airlines, financial institutions, lessors, lessees and credit support providers in various lease and finance transactions as well as related regulatory matters. Her transaction experience includes cross border secured debt financing, export credit agency supported financings, finance and operating leases sale and leaseback transactions, lease restructurings and individual aircraft acquisitions and disposals.

Jia Hui has also advised financial institutions and corporate borrowers on issues relating to banking and finance law, Islamic finance, syndicated and bilateral loan transactions and secondary market trading. She has acted in transactions involving securitization and the issuance of debt capital market instruments in both conventional and Islamic structures. 

Jia Hui has been named as a leading individual in Who’s Who Legal for Transport - Aviation Finance.


Jia Hui was admitted as an Advocate & Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya in 2006 and was called to the Roll of Solicitors in England and Wales in 2009. Jia Hui joined the firm in 2011 and became a partner in January 2015.


English, Bahasa Malaysia (Malay language), Chinese


Jia Hui read law at the University of Manchester, United Kingdom.


Banking and finance

Within: Banking and finance

Chang Hong Yun heads the practice at Tay & Partners, which is especially strong in advising commercial and investment banks. Yip Jia Hui acted as Crédit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank's Malaysian counsel on its $65m loan to Asia Aviation Capital to finance a portfolio of 14 spare aeroplane engines.

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