Our lease financing practice is a multi-disciplinary international and domestic practice that encompasses corporate, securities, tax, environmental and bankruptcy laws.
Our lawyers have developed a reputation for responding quickly and effectively to changing market trends and devising precedent-setting financing structures to solve unique problems posed by different jurisdictions, changing legislation and disparate assets.
Chadbourne has extensive experience with the full range of leasing structures used in the marketplace, from sale-leaseback to synthetic leases, leveraged leases, prepaid leases, inverted (pass-through) leases, municipal leases and ‘double dip’, ‘triple dip’ and single-investor leases.
We have represented financial and credit institutions participating as equity investors and lenders, as well as end users participating as lessees, and we have been involved in financing a broad variety of assets, with particular emphasis on energy, renewable energy and infrastructure assets, in the US, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
Most notable is Chadbourne’s leasing experience in the rapidly growing renewable energy market. We are recognised industry-wide as providers of an unmatched level of sophistication across all legal disciplines including tax, regulatory and project finance.
Our lawyers are at the forefront of many of the pioneering leasing structures involving renewable energy assets, and we offer our clients deep expertise in all legal matters pertaining to leasing and other forms of tax monetisation transactions.
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This presentation by Chadbourne & Parke focuses on real-estate investment trusts (REITs) and renewable energy.