Projects & Infrastructure - Asia-Pacific Region
What the team is known for
Pinsent Masons has established infrastructure and construction legal capabilities in both Hong Kong and Singapore. It regularly advises public and private sector clients on the development of key transport projects in the region, including the Philippines, as well as in locations further afield, such as the Middle East. The team is well versed in acting on EPC matters and in advising project sponsors. It continues to receive instructions from government entities and authorities with regard to BOT and PPP work.
"Pinsent Masons are very practical and commercial and understand what risks are manageable. They are good at explaining complex points."
"They are good not only from a legal point of view but also commercially, based on their rich experience."
Pinsent Masons advised a syndicate of banks led by Bank of China on its USD1 billion financing and restructuring of an integrated stainless steel plant in South Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Pinsent Masons acted for Bank of China and a syndicate of 11 banks on the project financing and restructuring of the Xiamen Xiangyu stainless steel plant in South Sulawesi, Indonesia.
David Platt and James Harris in Singapore and John Yeap in Hong Kong are key contacts.