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Karthik Kumar

Karthik Kumar has multijurisdictional experience in projects and banking matters in Australia and around the Asian region. His practice is focused on project finance, large-scale corporate finance, and turnaround and insolvency transactions and involves acting for a range of financial institutions, including leading banks, multilateral lending institutions, investment banks, as well as borrowers and sponsors.

Karthik has more than eight years of experience working across the Asia Pacific. Prior to joining Jones Day, he spent five years with an Australian firm and before that three years with India's premier domestic firm. During this time he represented numerous businesses, including the developer in a 222.6 MW wind power project in Western Australia, the syndicate led by ANZ in the financing of Queensland's first ethanol biorefinery facility at Dalby, ANZ in the refinancing and restructuring of the Dalby Project, and Tata Power as strategic investor on its US$1.1 billion acquisition and the associated US$950 million financing of its equity interest in coal mining companies in Indonesia (this deal was awarded "Deal of the Year 2007" by the India Business Law Journal). [1]