Project Finance 2019: Analysis

We are delighted to present the latest edition of WWL: Project Finance. This year we feature 634 lawyers from over 270 firms across 77 jurisdictions who are recognised for their outstanding work advising clients on the lifecycle of projects from financing to development, across a range of sectors including oil and gas, power, infrastructure, and construction.

We also highlight the pre-eminent lawyers across EMEA, North America, Latin America and Asia-Pacific.

Methodology

Who's Who Legal does not list law firms, only individual lawyers. The leading firms are those in each region whose listed practitioners received the most total nominations in our research.
 
The Global Elite Thought Leaders are those individuals who received the highest number of nominations from peers, corporate counsel and other market sources this year. Our research has identified them as truly outstanding practitioners and the very best in their field.
 

EMEA

Global Elite Thought Leaders
1. Jeremy Connick Clifford Chance LLP, London
2. Marc Vermylen  Loyens & Loeff, Brussels 
3. Mark Phillips  Herzog Fox & Neeman, Jerusalem 
4. Philip Stopford  White & Case LLP, London
5. Russell Wells  Clifford Chance LLP, London 
6. Johan Mouraux  DLA Piper, Brussels 
7. Anthony Giustini  Clifford Chance Europe LLP, Paris 
8. Ayesha K Waheed  Latham & Watkins, London

Leading Firms

Clifford Chance

This international outfit performs well this year with 23 lawyers across the region celebrated for their excellence in the space.
Jeremy Connick ranks prominently as one of the foremost projects lawyers in the region. He is highly respected by sources who consider him “an excellent commercial lawyer and a force to be reckoned with”.
Russell Wells “really is one of the best project finance lawyers in the city”, comment peers who add he is “very smart and pleasant to do deals with”.
Anthony Giustini is “a phenomenal lawyer” extol sources who note he is “adored by clients”. One impressed peer notes, “He is an absolute favourite to have on the other side of any negotiating table.”
Nikolaï Eatwell is looked upon with favour by market commentators who consider him “an absolutely fantastic lawyer”. His expertise spans projects across a range of regions from Africa to CIS.
Bert De Maeyer continues to impress sources with his “excellent” work advising borrowers and lenders on complex financings. Respondents praise his “pragmatic and solution-minded” approach.
Huw Jenkins is a banking and finance specialist who receives plaudits for his strong expertise advising on power and infrastructure projects across Asia and Europe.
Rodrigo Uría is held in high regard by peers who “rate him a lot” for his impressive work advising Spanish and foreign clients on project financings.

Allen & Overy

A Magic Circle firm that sees 15 lawyers recommended here.
Bimal Desai ranks as “one of the most eminent practitioners” in the project finance market. He draws widespread praise from sources who single him out as “a main name for pure projects work”.
Tim Scales is “working on some of the biggest mining project financings at the moment” comment sources. He is highly sought after by clients for his “commercial approach to getting challenging deals done”.
Yves van Pul enjoys a prominent profile in the project finance arena. He is highly recommended by sources who say, “Yves fights very hard for his clients.”
Filip Tanghe is well known across the Brussels market and is frequently engaged in handling complex acquisition and project financing transactions.
Andrew Trahair is a well-established name in the banking and finance arena, where he frequently assists clients on project finance and corporate lending transactions.
Andrew Castle is well thought of among peers and clients who consider him a go-to name for projects work. They applaud his “sensible approach to solving problems on deals”. 

Linklaters

This firm has a strong presence in the region with 12 individuals listed.
Charles-Antoine Leunen is endorsed by respondents for his “wide-ranging experience” in the projects space. They add, “He can create significant added value on transactions by easily working out solutions.”
Sarosh Mewawalla stands out as “one of the best” for project finance transactions. His experience spans a range of industries including oil and gas, infrastructure, and petrochemicals.
Pieter Puelinckx possesses profound ability in project finance and is regularly engaged in advising clients on PPP and social infrastructure projects.
Jeremy Gewirtz is “a real heavyweight” among peers and has over 25 years’ experience in the field. One source effuses: “There are few that are as knowledgeable as Jeremy is in this sector.”
Gonçalo Veiga de Macedo is a banking and finance expert who comes highly recommended for his deep knowledge of structured financings, project finance transactions and acquisitions.
Francisco Ferraz de Carvalho is “a very good lawyer with a lot of experience” say sources. He is commended for his work on Africa-related deals. 

White & Case

Here we recognise eight practitioners from excellent global firm.
Philip Stopford is a “brilliant” and “sharp” lawyer who is hailed as a leading light in the project finance arena. One respondent extols, “He remains one of the cornerstones of traditional project finance.”
Peter Finlay “absolutely deserves his place on the list” applaud sources. He is endorsed for his expansive knowledge of project financings across the energy and infrastructure sectors.
Lee Cullinane is distinguished as “an excellent practitioner”, known among peers for his strong banking expertise. Project acquisitions and financings are just some of the areas in which he excels.
Jason Kerr is “a brilliant lawyer” who stands out among peers for his considerable experience handling projects across a variety of jurisdictions, from Asia to the Middle East.

Latham & Watkins

This full-service outfit sees six lawyers listed this year.
Ayesha Waheed is “a very professional and knowledgeable lawyer” and “a very good negotiator” according to sources, who compliment her “hard-working and solution-oriented” approach.
Craig Nethercott focuses his first-class practice on a spectrum of banking and finance matters, including project financing and capital markets transactions.
Mikhail Turetsky is a well-recognised figure in the Russian market where he is held in high esteem for his considerable experience in project and structured finance transactions.
Dubai-based Villiers Terblanche enjoys a strong reputation in the region thanks to his expert handling of infrastructure, energy and mining projects. 

Herbert Smith Freehills

Here we recognise seven of the firm’s leading projects lawyers.
Stéphane Brabant is a standout figure in the French market where he enjoys a stellar international reputation for excellence when it comes to advising on sophisticated energy and mining projects.
Martin Kavanagh is a highly respected lawyer in the projects market thanks to his extensive experience advising on projects in a range of jurisdictions, most notably across Africa.
David Walton is well versed in handling project financing matters within the mining sector, an area in which sources note he is “at the top of his game”.
Brigette Baillie is “a very experienced lawyer” who always “provides very robust advice”, say respondents. They add she is “definitely first choice” when it comes to project financing and development matters throughout Africa. 

Other Leading Individuals

Belarus

Dennis Turovets at Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners is “a very experienced lawyer” who is singled out by market sources for his “significant experience and reputation both in Belarus and internationally” for projects matters.

At Verkhovodko & Partners, Dmitry Bokhan is recognised as “one of the pioneers of the legal business in Belarus” by sources, who applaud his excellent work on public and private sector projects.

Vassili Salei of Borovtsov & Salei is a well-recognised name in the projects market where he is renowned for his “long-standing track record for international work”.

Belgium

DLA Piper’s Johan Mouraux is “great at moving the deal forward” note sources who commend his “clear view on market trends thanks to his vast experience with project finance”. One peer adds, “Johan picks his battles and focuses on the important issues.”

At Loyens & Loeff, Marc Vermylen is “extremely collegial to work with” admire respondents who add he “has built up a very strong all-round team and always helps move the deals forward”.

Rony Vermeersch at Stibbe is “a very pragmatic lawyer” who “listens carefully to the concerns of the counterparty” according to sources. His expertise spans PPPs and project development matters.

Ferdinand Brughmans at Jones Day is “doing very well” in the project finance arena, praise peers, who note that it is “excellent working with him”. 

Denmark

Kromann Reumert’s Jens Blomgren-Hansen is a key figure in the Danish market and is well versed in handling complex projects, particularly in the energy and offshore wind sectors.

England

Paul Biggs at Trinity International stands out as a leading name for Africa-related work. He is a firm favourite among clients who commend his “pragmatic and practical” approach.

Stephenson Harwood’s Rubin Weston regularly advises clients, including lenders and borrowers, on a range of project financing and investment transactions. His experience spans various regions including CIS.

Stewart Robertson at Sullivan & Cromwell co-leads the firm’s global project development team and is widely recognised for his broad experience advising on high-value projects across the oil and gas, and mining sectors.

Clive Ransome at Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy is “a great lawyer” who sits “at the top” of the projects market according to sources, who applaud his deep expertise in the oil and gas sector.
Matthew Hagopian draws high praise from market commentators who consider him “a great projects lawyer” who is “very knowledgeable in oil and gas”.

Slaughter & May’s Steven Galbraith is held in high regard by market sources for his remarkable facility for negotiating project finance transactions. One source highlights that “Steven’s calm demeanour hides a fierce deal-doing intellect”.

Tim Pick at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer is “a great lawyer” who receives widespread plaudits from peers who compliment his “pragmatic approach that gets deals done”.

John Inglis at Shearman & Sterling is a seasoned expert in the project finance and development space, where he enjoys a strong reputation across the oil and gas, and mining sectors.
Nicholas Buckworth is “great to work with on a deal” opine peers, whom he impresses with his considerable experience advising clients on projects throughout EMEA and Asia.

Georgia

At BGI Legal, Lasha Gogiberidze is in high demand among clients for his “practical and solution-oriented approach” say sources. He is highlighted for his “deep knowledge” of project finance transactions as well as his strong technical expertise.

Ireland

A&L Goodbody’s Ross Moore is recognised as “a fantastic lawyer” by respondents thanks to his expert handling of solar and offshore wind energy projects.

Israel

At Herzog Fox & Neeman, Mark Phillips is “a leader in this field” who is esteemed for his “excellent communication skills” as well as his “knowledge, experience, patience and dealing with all parties involved”.
Adam Eytan is a well-established name in the project finance arena, where he is highly recommended for his profound understanding of project development and financing across the infrastructure sector.

Jonathan Finklestone at Meitar Liquornik Geva Leshem Tal Law Offices is “absolutely a must for inclusion” effuse sources, who note he is “very knowledgeable” when it comes to advising on complex corporate finance transactions.

Noa Meidan at Tadmor & Co Yuval Levy & Co is a prominent name in the Israeli projects market where she enjoys a leading reputation for her work on PPP infrastructure projects.

Kenya

At Anjarwalla & Khanna, Amyn Mussa is a leading figure in the Kenyan market for project finance where he is well versed in handling matters across the energy and infrastructure sectors. 

Mozambique

Paula Duarte Rocha at Henriques, Rocha & Associados, Sociedade de Advogados is a “client and deal-driven” lawyer, distinguished by clients who say she has “great clarity of thought and provides commercial advice on how to navigate Mozambique’s complex legal framework”.

Nigeria

At Olaniwun Ajayi, Wolemi Esan ranks as “a top lawyer” in the Nigerian projects market, with one source saying, “He would be on my shortlist for sure.”

Dan Agbor with Udo Udoma & Belo Osagie is recognised as “a very strong lawyer” who is “very well respected” for his work on complex financings across the energy and power sectors.

Stella Duru at Banwo & Ighodalo is “a leading name in the projects area” effuse sources. Her expertise spans energy and oil and gas projects.

Portugal

At Campos Ferreira, Sá Carneiro & Associados, Maria Castelos is “an outstanding lawyer” according to respondents who commend her impressive work representing borrowers.
Duarte Brito de Goes is “very active in project finance representing the banks” acclaim peers who credit him for his “very commercial and pro-active approach to finding solutions”. 

Russia

Maxim Levinson at Baker Botts is a well-recognised corporate finance specialist who impresses with his adept handling of project financings and acquisitions.

Turkey

Paksoy’s Zeynel Tunç “is excellent”, applaud sources, commending his top-tier work advising clients on PPP, construction and infrastructure projects.

Ukraine

At Redcliffe Partners, Olexiy Soshenko stands out as “a very impressive lawyer” who is “well known and praised for his experience in financing transactions”.

Glib Bondar at Avellum is “an excellent lawyer” according to market commentators who say he is “one of the best experts in the finance arena”.

United Arab Emirates

Covington & Burling’s Richard Keenan is “definitely a big player in the market” comment peers. He is held in high regard thanks to his extensive experience handling the whole life cycle of a project from financing to operations.

North America

Global Elite Thought Leaders
1. Sergio J Galvis  Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, New York 
2. Robert Kartheiser  Paul Hastings LLP, New York 
3. Jeffrey B Greenberg  Latham & Watkins LLP, Los Angeles 
4. Cynthia Urda-Kassis  Shearman & Sterling LLP, New York 
5. Jonathan R Rod  Latham & Watkins LLP, New York 
6. Daniel D Bartfeld  Milbank LLP, New York 

Leading Firms

Latham & Watkins

This year nine lawyers from the firm’s North American offices are highlighted for their exceptional work in the project finance arena.
Jeffrey Greenberg enjoys a stellar reputation in the US market as “a top-tier player” for project finance matters. One peer notes, “He has a very strong practice in the power sector.”
Jonathan Rod co-leads the firm’s project finance and development group, an area in which he stands out as a go-to name for complex deals across the oil and gas and infrastructure sectors.
Warren Lilien is ranked as “a first-rate practitioner” in the market by peers, who endorse his tremendous understanding of project financing and development matters.
John Sachs is a corporate finance specialist whose top-notch practice covers a range of matters from project acquisitions and financing through to development.
David Gordon draws high praise from peers as “one of the top” names in the region for projects matters. He frequently acts for funds, banks and other financial institutions.

Milbank

Here we highlight nine of the firm’s most prominent projects experts.
Global Elite Thought Leader Daniel Bartfeld enjoys a prominent position in the North American market as a leading projects lawyer. One source notes, “He is very visible on projects in Latin America.”
Carolina Walther-Meade gains widespread recognition from international peers for her profound ability when it comes to energy and infrastructure projects across Latin America.
Allan Marks is singled out as “a top project finance lawyer” who is well acquainted with advising a range of clients from lenders to developers.
Jonathan Green possesses considerable experience handling projects throughout the US and Latin America, regions from which earns recognition in this year’s research for his deep expertise.
William Bice is a well-established figure in the US market, hailed for his remarkable facility for handling sophisticated energy and infrastructure project financings.

Sullivan & Cromwell

A full-service outfit with four lawyers recognised here.
Sergio Galvis is one of the foremost projects specialists in the North American market. He is recognised as an “extremely intelligent, experienced and deal-oriented” lawyer who is “a top name in mining, metals and natural resources”.
Christopher Mann is a “wonderful” practitioner who is identified by sources as “one of the best project finance lawyers” in the region.
Werner Ahlers focuses his top-notch practice on corporate finance matters, standing out for his sweeping knowledge of project and asset-backed financings.
Craig Jones gains recognition in this year’s research thanks to his first-class work on high-value project finance transactions. 

Shearman & Sterling

This prominent US firm achieves five listings this year.
Cynthia Urda Kassis is a “top-tier” practitioner who is held in high esteem for her exceptional work advising on projects across Latin America.
Robert Freedman is a firm favourite among sources who “really enjoy working with him” and “would highly recommend him for matters in the renewables space”.
Gregory Tan heads the firm’s global projects team and is frequently engaged in handling a wide array of project financings and developments within the energy and infrastructure sectors.

Other Leading Individuals

Canada

Sean Korney at Burnet Duckworth & Palmer ranks prominently in the Canadian market and is complimented by sources for his tremendous knowledge of project acquisitions and asset financing.

At Borden Ladner Gervais, Linda Bertoldi is an authority in the energy sector according to respondents to our research. She is highly sought after for her adeptness when handling related project and corporate financings.

Joseph Palin of McCarthy Tétrault receives widespread favourable reviews from peers who consider him a long-standing and high-quality expert for Canadian and international projects work.

USA

Robert Kartheiser at Paul Hastings ranks as a leading light in the US project finance arena, and is highly esteemed by peers for his impressive work across Latin America.

Bracewell’s Alan Rafte draws recognition as “a very strong oil and gas lawyer” whose expertise spans energy and infrastructure-related project development and financings.

At Sidley Austin, David Asmus is a long-standing figure in the US legal market, where he enjoys a strong reputation for his profound understanding of the energy sector and related projects.

Blake Winburne at Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe leads the firm’s energy and infrastructure group. He is well versed in counselling clients on project finance structuring and development within the midstream and downstream sectors.
Thomas Glascock wins high praise from market commentators who single him out for his “thoughtful, creative, problem-solving and solution-oriented approach” to complex financings.

Ivan Mattei at Debevoise & Plimpton possesses over 25 years’ experience in the project finance market, where he is well acquainted with providing first-rate counsel to clients on PPP and infrastructure projects.

Gibson Dunn & Crutcher’s Tomer Pinkusiewicz is highly sought after by market respondents who consider him “first tier” when it comes to transport and infrastructure-related projects.

Latin America

Global Elite Thought Leaders
1. Juan José Cárdenas  Ernst & Young Asesores S Civil de RL, Lima 
2. Mariana Posse  Posse Herrera Ruiz, Bogota
3. José Luis Ambrosy Claro y Cia, Santiago 
4. Pablo Sorj  Mattos Filho Veiga Filho Marrey Jr e Quiroga Advogados, São Paulo 
5. Oscar Arrús B Garrigues, Lima 
6. José Virgílio Lopes Enei  Machado Meyer Sendacz e Opice Advogados, São Paulo

Leading Firms

Machado Meyer Sendacz e Opice Advogados

This leading Brazilian outfit performs well this year and sees four practitioners recommended.
José Virgílio Lopes Enei receives widespread commendations from sources who applaud his “impressive knowledge of public and administrative law related to project financing”.
Jose Ribeiro do Prado Jr impresses market commentators with his “proactive and straight-to-the-point advice” as well as his “great negotiating skills”.
Adriano Schnur Ferreira is hailed as “a rising star” in the Brazilian projects market. He is a firm favourite among sources who say he “always has a pro-deal approach”.
Mauro Bardawil Penteado is a widely recognised name in the Brazilian market thanks to his adept handling of complex project financings across the infrastructure sector. 

Brigard & Urrutia Abogados

A dominant outfit in the Colombian market, this firm receives five listings here.
Manuel Fernando Quinche is a corporate finance specialist lauded for his remarkable ability when it comes to advising on structured and project financing transactions.
Carlos Urrutia is a well-established name in the Colombian market, where he is considered an authority on sophisticated corporate finance transactions.
Managing partner Carlos Umaña Trujillo is recognised as a key name for project finance transactions in the region, an area in which he possesses over 30 years’ experience. 

Other Leading Individuals

Argentina

At Marval O’Farrell & Mairal, Santiago Carregal heads the firm’s banking and finance practice, and is frequently engaged in advising clients on the development and financing of complex projects.

Brazil

At Mattos Filho Veiga Filho Marrey Jr e Quiroga Advogados, Pablo Sorj gains widespread recognition from market commentators who credit his “deal-oriented” approach, adding, “He is a pleasure to work with.”

Stephen Hood at Davis Polk & Wardwell draws recommendations for his “decades of experience” in the projects space, say peers who consider him a prominent name in the Brazilian market.

At Stocche Forbes Advogados, Guilherme de Figueiredo Forbes is “a brilliant lawyer” in Latin America, say peers who note he is “extremely experienced in project financing”.

Tobias Stirnberg at Milbank comes highly recommended by peers who laud his strong finance background and applaud the “pragmatic advice” he delivers to clients.

At Veirano Advogados, Ana Carolina Barretto is held in high regard by market sources who consider her “a skilful lawyer with a good understanding of project development phases”.

Chile

Claro y Cia’s José Luis Ambrosy “does a lot of finance work” commend peers who “would always recommend him for project finance matters”.
Rodrigo Ochagavía stands out as “a notable figure” in the Chilean projects market, where he is “well known” for his work on corporate finance transactions across the energy sector.

Carey’s Felipe Moro is “very quick to understand the challenges of the business he has to dive into” commend sources who praise his “strong technical knowledge” as well as the “excellent quality” of his work. 

Colombia

At Posse Herrera Ruiz, Mariana Posse enjoys a strong international reputation for her work in project financings. Her expertise spans high-value infrastructure developments and energy projects.
Álvaro José Rodríguez wins particular commendation from peers for his first-rate work in the oil and gas sector, an area in which he is well versed in advising on complex transactions and financings.

Mexico

At Creel García-Cuéllar Aiza y Enríquez, Santiago Sepúlveda Y ranks highly in the Mexican market. He is distinguished by sources who consider him a go-to name for high-value project financings across the energy sector.
Pedro Velasco P is well acquainted with handling a spectrum of matters in the projects space for clients, who include financial institutions, debtors and private equity funds.

At Galicia Abogados, Carlos de Maria y Campos S is a frequently recommended name in the Mexican market who stands out for his “excellent” work on the financing of energy and infrastructure projects. 

Panama

At Creel García-Cuéllar Aiza y Enríquez, Santiago Sepúlveda Y ranks highly in the Mexican market. He is distinguished by sources who consider him a go-to name for high-value project financings across the energy sector.
Pedro Velasco P is well acquainted with handling a spectrum of matters in the projects space for clients, who include financial institutions, debtors and private equity funds.

At Galicia Abogados, Carlos de Maria y Campos S is a frequently recommended name in the Mexican market who stands out for his “excellent” work on the financing of energy and infrastructure projects. 

Peru

At Ernst & Young Asesores S Civil de RL, Juan José Cárdenas sits “among the top practitioners in this field in Peru”, according to sources. They note he is “very deal-oriented” and has “impressive experience in PPP and project finance”.

Oscar Arrús B at Garrigues draws high praise from peers in the Peruvian market who applaud his strong expertise in corporate and project financings.

Ronald Fernández-Dávila at Philippi, Prietocarrizosa, Ferrero DU & Uria has “a strong PPP practice” compliment peers. He is frequently engaged in advising clients on complex refinancings and project expansions.

At Rodrigo Elías & Medrano Abogados, Fernando Molina is very active in the project finance market according to respondents who laud his expert handling of energy and infrastructure developments.

Asia-Pacific

Global Elite Thought Leaders
1. Stephen P McWilliams  Latham & Watkins LLP, Singapore 
2. Joseph A Bevash  Latham & Watkins LLP, Hong Kong
3. David Renton  Bird & Bird, Hong Kong 
4. Brendan Quinn  White & Case, Melbourne

Leading Firms

Latham & Watkins

This international firm sees five lawyers from the region recognised here.
Stephen McWilliams ranks as one of the most prominent projects lawyers in the region. He is “absolutely excellent”, effuse sources who commend his top-tier work for sponsors and lenders on complex financings.
Joseph Bevash receives widespread plaudits from international peers who consider him “a statesman figure in project finance in Asia”.
Clarinda Tjia-Dharmadi co-chairs the firm’s global power group and is singled out by market commentators for her deep knowledge of project development and financings across the region. 

King & Wood Mallesons

This regional powerhouse performs well and sees four lawyers from its Australian offices highlighted this year.
Claire Rogers is a key name in project finance, and is known for her far-ranging expertise when it comes to advising a range of clients including large banks and financial institutions.
Jeff Clark focuses his first-rate practice on corporate finance matters. He comes highly recommended by peers who congratulate his expert handling of acquisitions and developments.
Peter Doyle is a seasoned expert in the banking arena whose market leading expertise spans project and infrastructure finance involving PPPs, as well as structured finance transactions.
Mark Upfold gains recognition in our market research this year owing to his impressive understanding of PPPs in the infrastructure sector. 

Other Leading Individuals

Australia

White & Case’s Brendan Quinn enjoys a prominent position in the Asia-Pacific projects market, where he excels when it comes to projects across the energy and natural resources sector.

At Clifford Chance, managing partner Richard Gordon is distinguished for his world-class corporate practice that encompasses a spectrum of finance matters from acquisitions to project financing and lending.

At Allen & Overy, Adam Stapledon leads the firm’s debt and projects group. He is highly sought after by lenders and sponsors for his considerable knowledge of project financing structures and acquisitions.

Hong Kong

David Renton at Bird & Bird is a highly respected figure across the region where he is renowned for his superb work on energy and infrastructure-related projects.

At Sullivan & Cromwell, Jamieson Logie regularly advises lenders, borrowers and developers on a range of project financings across various sectors from energy to mining.

India

At Khaitan & Co, Shishir Mehta continues to impress peers and clients alike with his first-rate projects practice that involves providing counsel to borrowers and creditors.

Santosh Janakiram at Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas is “very active in the space” applaud respondents who praise his work on lending transactions and refinancings.
L Viswanathan stands out as “a key player in the market” according to sources. They note he “should definitely be included” thanks to his top-tier work on infrastructure projects.

Kazakhstan

Joel Benjamin at Kinstellar is “an outstanding expert” who is highly regarded for his “deep understanding of what clients require”.

New Zealand

Geoff Busch at Anderson Lloyd focuses his practice on corporate transactions and financings where he is held in high regard for his experience advising borrowers and financial institutions.

Singapore

Ross Howard at Clifford Chance possesses extensive knowledge across the gamut of project financing matters from structuring through to development.

Shearman & Sterling’s Bill McCormack is “a great lawyer” who is acclaimed by sources for his profound understanding of project financing and development across the energy and infrastructure sectors.

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