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Respected power and infrastructure arm advising on a variety of cross-border projects, offering notable expertise in Tokyo, Hong Kong and Singapore. Demonstrates particular expertise assisting banks with the financing of overseas development projects, such as transport infrastructure and tourist attractions. Also shows a growing expertise assisting clients with development projects within the tech sphere. Excels in power, petrochemical and telecommunications projects in Myanmar, Pakistan and Indonesia. Noted for experience in hydropower, as well as temporary power plant projects. Increasingly active advising on oil and gas-related matters. Represents both lenders and sponsors in project financing and development, with especially strong experience acting for multinationals.
A client compliments the firm for being "fast and very efficient."
Clients reflect on the service positively, one noting: "They are on top of things and responsive. We feel they support us and balance their role well."
Advised Mitsui O.S.K. Lines on the construction and operation of an FSRU for the purpose of supplying fuel to a gas-fired power plant in West Java.
Advised Team Japan on the USD16.5 billion Texas Central High Speed Rail Project, assisting with all aspects of the project including structuring, negotiation and financing issues.
Hallam Chow in Hong Kong, Rupert Burrows in Tokyo, and Nathan Dodd and Ben Thompson in Singapore are key contacts for the group.