Passawan Navanithikul > Weerawong, Chinnavat & Partners > Bangkok, Thailand > Lawyer Profile

Weerawong, Chinnavat & Partners
22ND FLOOR, MERCURY TOWER, 540 PLOENCHIT ROAD
LUMPINI, PATHUMWAN
BANGKOK 10330
Thailand
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Work Department

Banking & Finance, Projects

Position

Partner

Career

Passawan advises Thai and international banks, corporations and other clients in banking, finance and projects throughout the Asia Pacific region. Her practice includes domestic and cross-border acquisition finance, investment facilities and asset-based lending facilities.

Languages

English, Thai

Education

LL.M., International Business Law, American University, Washington College of Law, USA, 1996

LL.B. (Honors), Chulalongkorn University, 1991

Lawyer Rankings

Thailand > Projects and energy

Weerawong, Chinnavat & Partners advises an enviable government and corporate client base on a variety of transport infrastructure projects including ports, railways, aviation projects and highways. The team is jointly headed by Passawan Navanithikul and Weerawong Chittmittrapap, who  acted for the Port Authority of Thailand in the review and analysis of the rights and obligations of the state party under PPP projects for six port projects collectively valued at $1.9bn. Other key contacts include Nattaporn Pengkul, who has advised banks and sponsors on infrastructure and energy matters, and senior associate Jirapat Thammavaranucupt, who is particularly active in Eastern Economic Corridor projects.

Thailand > Banking and finance

Weerawong, Chinnavat & Partners‘ banking and finance team acts for domestic and international borrowers and banks on acquisition finance and project finance transactions. Passawan Navanithikul has experience of syndicated financing deals and recently acted for Kasemsubsiri Co on the $123m financing for PARQ mixed use real estate project. Also of note, Nattaporn Pengkul took a lead role in the major $4.5bn Global Power Synergy financing for the acquisition of shares in Glow Energy. Senior counsel James Lawden, who has stood out in major financing transactions, is also recommended.