Angel M. Salita, Jr.

amsalita@syciplaw.com




Angel M. Salita, Jr.’s practice includes corporate law, specializing in special projects (including power, energy, oil and gas, telecommunications, water, construction, BOT, and other infrastructure laws), project finance, acquisition, investment, and banking.

The projects that he handled or is handling include:

  • Hutama-RSEA's $370M construction contract with CMMTC for the Manila Skyway (Phase I);
  • Hutama-RSEA's $370M construction contract with CMMTC for the Manila Skyway (Phase I);
  • Sual and Pagbilao power projects of Mirant Energy (formerly Southern Energy and Hopewell), the plants’ excess capacity sale, and the eventual divestment of Mirant Energy’s interest in the Philippines;
  • JBIC’s project financing for the San Roque hydropower projects;
  • AES’ acquisition of NPC’s Masinloc power plant; BWSC’s O&M contracts for NPC’s power barges;
  • NTT’s investments in PLDT and Smart;
  • Asian Broadcast Satellite’s acquisition of Mabuhay Agila II satellite;
  • Anglian Water Corporation’s water project with the Province of Laguna;
  • Chevron Geothermal’s Tiwi and Mak-Ban geothermal project;
  • CBK’s power project;
  • structuring of Meralco’s power generation business;
  • Meralco PowerGen’s investment in RP Energy;
  • Climate Change Capital’s investments in various renewable energy projects;
  • Filinvest’s construction of PBCom Tower; and
  • Tomen’s supply of telecom equipment to Globe.

Prior to joining SyCipLaw, he worked at the National Power Corporation as principal engineer and senior corplan analyst, at San Miguel Corporation as a planning engineer, and at PNOC-Coal Corporation as a maintenance engineer.

Mr. Salita is a member of the Philippine Bar Association and the Inter-Pacific Bar Association.

Admission to the Bar

1991, Philippines

Education

University of the Philippines (B.S.M.E.; LL.B.)
International University of Japan (M.B.A.)


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