Mr. Mu Shin Kim is an investment officer of Asian Development Bank (ADB) where he has been working for private equity funds investment since mid 2006. He leads new funds investment by originating new funds and conducting due diligence, and monitor the funds portfolio of ADB. Mr. Kim designed a clean energy call for proposals in 2007 for clean energy funds creation, and finally invested 0 million in five funds through the call process. With UNEP, he manages the SCAF (Seed Capital Assistance Facility) to support the clean energy projects in Asia. Mr. Kim represents ADB as an investment committee member and a board member in a number of the private equity funds. After completing the Korean military service for 3 years, Mr. Kim began his career in 1993 at the International Business Department of Hanwha Conglomerate in Korea. As a Regional Specialist Mr. Kim worked in Kazakhstan for one year in 1996, and he took over the Director position next year to manage Hanwha Georgia Petroleum Joint Stock Company in the Republic of Georgia for two years. In 1999, he managed and succeeded an M&A transaction selling 50% ownership of the largest independent power producer in Korea, and led the post merger management between Hanwha and El Paso Corporation in the US. After joining the El Paso Singapore Holdings Ltd. in 2001, he led a number of M&A deals in the power and natural gas industries in Korea and Japan. Mr. Kim holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Sogang University in Korea and an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth in the USA.