Overview

Marcia Song is an associate in the Banking & Finance practice in Mayer Brown's Beijing office. Marcia has experience advising lenders and borrowers in the development and financing of infrastructure projects in the power, oil & gas, energy and transportation sectors.

Marcia was admitted in California and is fluent in English and Mandarin. 

Spoken Languages

  • English
  • Mandarin

Experience

  • The Luxembourg branch of a leading PRC bank, as Agent and Security Agent, on a EUR 165 million term loan facility made to CGL Hungary VI Assets Investment Kft. and CGL Hungary EU Investment Management Kft., as Borrowers, in connection with their acquisition from the Singapore sovereign wealth fund, GIC, of a pan-European logistics property portfolio involving over 10 jurisdictions.
  • Tai Fung Bank Limited on an RMB 300 million term loan facility made to Eosaurora Limited in connection with its subscription of certain participating shares in a segregated investment portfolio for the ultimate purpose of investing in certain shares in a major PRC infrastructure company.
  • The Singapore branch of a leading PRC bank on a US$100 million term loan facility made to Dito Telecommunity Corporation, a major telecommunications provider in the Philippines. 
  • The Hong Kong arm of a leading PRC bank on a US$200 million term loan facility made to Dito Telecommunity Corporation, a major telecommunications provider in the Philippines.
  • The Singapore branch of a leading PRC Bank on a US$200 million facility made to Dito Telecommunity Corporation, the third largest telecommunications service provider company in the Philippines for the rollout and operation of its 4G/5G network in the Philippines. 
  • A Hong Kong-based asset management company, as borrower, in a US$120 million term loan facility made from Bank of Shanghai (Hong Kong) Limited, as agent, Bank of Shanghai (Hong Kong) Limited, The Shanghai Commercial & Savings Bank, Ltd., Hong Kong Branch, Fubon Bank (Hong Kong) Limited and Macao Development Bank Limited as original lenders, for financing the investment needs and refinancing existing indebtedness of the borrower. 
  • A Hong Kong-based asset management company, as borrower, on a US$150 million term loan facility made from Neutron Three, an orphan special purpose vehicle, for financing a highly structured performance linked swap transaction.
  • A wholly-owned subsidiary of a Hong Kong-based asset management company, as borrower, on a HK$1.256 billion term loan facility made from Chong Hing Bank Limited, as Lender, for financing the borrower's payment under a highly structured performance linked swap transaction.
  • A wholly-owned subsidiary of a Hong Kong-based asset management company, as borrower, on a US$100 million term loan facility made from Tai Fung Bank Limited, as Lender, for financing a highly structured performance linked swap transaction.
  • Tai Fung Bank Limited on a HK$780 million term loan facility made to United Strength Harmony Limited, an investment holding company, in its acquisition of 1.594% of the issued shares of New Gains Group Limited. 
  • Ping An Bank Co., Ltd., Hong Kong Branch on a HK$3 billion multicurrency term loan facility made to Mei Wah Industrial (Hong Kong) Limited, as Borrower, in its acquisition of the entire issued share capital of Shenzhen Investment International Capital Holdings Infrastructure Co., Ltd. 
  • Ping An Bank Co., Ltd., Hong Kong Branch on a US$150 million (or its HK dollars equivalent) dual currency revolving facility made to Yuexiu Property Company Limited, a comprehensive property development enterprise in China, as Borrower, for financing of working capital of the Borrower. 
  • The Export-Import Bank of China, as Lender, in a second amendment to the US$127.5 million term loan facility made to Ahmed Siyam Holdings Private Limited, as Borrower. 
  • The Export-Import Bank of China Paris Branch, as Lender, in a US$68 million term loan facility made to Serbia Zijin Copper Doo Bor, as Borrower, for financing the Borrower's working capital needs. The Borrower is Zijin Mining Group's first company in the Balkans and is one of the largest companies in Serbia. 
  • Chinese banks for the credit loan facility to finance the construction and operation of the LNG liquefaction project in North America.
  • Chinese banks for the credit loan facility for the oil-for-loan financing in Latin America.
  • A Chinese bank for the $2 billion project financing of two hydropower projects in Africa.
  • Chinese banks in connection with two credit loan facilities totalling €500 million to finance two major transportation infrastructure projects in Africa.
  • A Chinese bank for the credit loan facility to finance the construction and development of a thermal power plant in Eastern Europe.
  • A Chinese bank for the credit loan facility to finance the construction and development of a hydropower plant in Eastern Europe. 
  • An EPC Contractor as the credit provider in connection with a deferred payment agreement for the construction and development of a combined cycle power plant in Middle East.
  • The borrower in connection with the development and financing of a coal-fired supercritical thermal power plant in South Asia.

Education

University of Illinois College of Law, JD
cum laude

University of California, Berkeley School of Law, LLM

Peking University, LLB

Admissions

  • PRC
  • California