Projects and infrastructure
We represent commercial banks and investment banks, private equity funds, insurance companies, multilateral financing companies, export credit agencies, joint ventures, institutional investors, contractors, developers, sponsors, trustees, sovereigns and government agencies in a wide variety of matters.
Our lawyers have significant experience structuring transactions to address the complex and sometimes conflicting economic and/or political goals of transaction and business venture participants.
We have participated in the development, financing, acquisition and operation of complex infrastructure projects on nearly every continent.
Our lawyers have helped to deliver ground-breaking private finance agreements and have first-hand experience with the structures and solutions that meet the needs of international financial institutions, government-sponsored privatisation programmes and global clients.
We served as legal adviser to the winning sponsor of the ‘Public Private Partnerships Best UK Deal 2006’. Across Europe we have completed more than 160 PPP projects, advising on every legal aspect, including procurement regime, tax structuring, contractual documentation, construction and financing.
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The Financial Report — analysis of US bank counterparty data; Hong Kong releases REIT consultation conclusions; and more
DLA Piper has released the latest version (Volume 3, No.14) of The Financial Report, featuring news and analysis from across the financial sector.
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Analysis from The Lawyer
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