Macquarie Korea Infrastructure Fund


Board of Directors

Corporate Director

Macquarie Korea Asset Management Co., Ltd.

MKAM is the Corporate Director of MKIF, and appointment of a corporate director for a fund is required under the FSCMA. MKAM is a wholly owned subsidiary of Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (Europe) Limited, an affiliate of the Macquarie Group.

MKAM is part of Macquarie Asset Management (MAM), which is one of four operating groups within the Macquarie Group. More specifically, MKAM is part of MAM’s Real Assets division, a worldwide infrastructure leader with the leading global infrastructure capability, including ability to leverage global sector knowledge, asset management, and capital management expertise.

As of 31 March 2021, MAM’s Real Assets division manages over 150 infrastructure businesses across 32 countries, including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, Korea, and Japan, and the asset under management is approximately $US148 billion.

Boum Sik (Jason) Suh, Representative Director of MKAM, represents MKAM in the Board of Directors of MKIF.

Supervisory Directors

Woo Young Jung

LL. M., BA (Law)
Supervisory Director

Woo Young Jung currently serves as Representative Attorney at the law firm Lee & Ko, and is a licensed lawyer in Korea with the Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Law from Seoul National University. Mr. Jung has more than 25 years of experience in real asset finance, financial structuring, bankruptcies, and corporate workouts.

Previously, Mr. Jung had provided legal advices for various government entities including the Bank of Korea, Ministry of Strategy and Finance, Export-Import Bank of Korea, Korea Development Bank, K-Sure, and Korea Expressway Corporation.

During his work at the public sector, Mr. Jung participated in introducing the Anti Money Laundering Law and other bills associated with financial regulation. He is currently working as a policy advisor to the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries as well as a mediator for the Korean Commercial Arbitration Board.

Mr. Jung has served as Supervisory Director of MKIF since his first appointment in March 2016.

Hwa-Jin Kim

LL. M., PhD (Law), BS (Mathematics)
Supervisory Director

Mr. Kim is a distinguished scholar in law, having graduated from Northwestern University School of Law and Harvard University Law School and currently serving as the professor of law at Seoul National University and the University of Michigan.

Also, he is the recognized authority in the field of corporate governance in Korea, with his post of the chair of Proxy Advisory Committee of Korea Corporate Governance Service. Based on his expertise in corporate governance, he has also taken roles of an outside director and the chair of the Audit Committee of Hyundai Heavy Industries Holdings and the chair of Seoul Corporate Governance Forum and the NEXT Corporate Governance Conference.

Mr. Kim has also been actively seeking to educate the public about positive impact the enhancement of corporate governance brings to shareholder value by publishing/compiling numerous books, academic articles, and op-eds.

Mr. Kim has served as Supervisory Director of MKIF since his first appointment in March 2019.

Daeki Kim

MBA, MA (Public Administration), BA (Economics)
Supervisory Director

Mr. Kim earned a bachelor’s degree in Economics at Seoul National University and furthered his academic pursuits by completing studies at the Graduate School of Public Administration, Seoul National University and the MBA program at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Mr. Kim has expertise in the fields of economy and finance based on his work experience in various posts across the public and private sectors, including the Korean government, World Bank and major conglomerates in Korea. In the public sector, he served as the Chief of Policy Staffs and Senior Secretary to the President for Economic Affairs at the Office of the President of Korea. Also, he was the Head of National Budget Office at the Ministry of Planning and Budget of the Korean government and an economist at the World Bank. In the private sector, he currently serves as an outside director of Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co., Ltd. and an advisor to Hanwha Life Insurance Co., Ltd.