Lawyer profile for UK 2021
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Projects - UK-wide
"His technical ability, precision and accuracy of his work combined with his responsiveness makes him a very good lawyer." "He is very pragmatic, very thorough and commercial."
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Irwin advises lenders and sponsors on the development and financing of cross-border energy and infrastructure projects across a broad range of industries, many of which are the first-of-its-kind in their sector. Has significant experience advising on multi-sourced project financings involving export credit agencies, multilaterals and development finance institutions. A regular speaker at industry conferences and a lecturer at the TXF/CC Solutions “School of ECA Finance”.
“Green Loans and Sustainability Linked Loans: New Guidance to the Green Loan Principles and Sustainability Linked Loan Principles jointly issued by the LMA, the LSTA and the APLMA,” May 2020; “Force Majeure and Material Adverse Change in Reserve Based Lending (RBL): When Two Black Swans Collide,” March 2020; “Growing Complexity of ECA Financing,” Project Finance International: Global Energy Report, April 2019; “Nigerian Solar: The Path to Bankability,” Proximo, April 2019; “MENA’s Potential First PF Energy Storage System,” Project Finance International, August 2018; “OCTP – Ghana’s Largest FDI”, Project Finance International, April 2017; “Why the World Needs Project Finance (and Project Finance Lawyers),” International Comparative Guide to Project Finance, January 2017
Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales; Nottingham Law School, LPC, GDL, 2004; University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, Bachelor of Arts, 2001, honors.