The Infrastructure UK-wide section ranks those firms and lawyers who advise on transactions, such as acquisitions, securitisation and structured finance, where infrastructure is the underlying asset. Unlike our Projects section, which table focuses on assets which are being built or being financed but are not up and running, this section covers work on assets which already exist.
Infrastructure assets can include (but are not limited to) airports, ports, transmission lines, pipelines and (resources) storage. Clients purchasing such assets include pension funds, banks, specialist infrastructure funds and sovereign wealth funds.
In addition, there is a separate Infrastructure: PFI/PPP subsection, which includes those firms and solicitors who advise on secondary market transactions involving assets structured on a PFI/PPP basis.
Along with domestic matters, work recognised also includes international instructions from across multiple jurisdictions, including Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East, as well as North and South America.
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