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Allen & Overy advises Ventient Energy on EUR2.6bn refinancing

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Allen & Overy LLP (A&O) has advised longstanding client, Ventient Energy (Ventient), a renewable energy business on the refinancing of its existing debt financings and streamlining its capital structure to facilitate growth.

This latest refinancing of EUR2.6 bn will enable Ventient to continue to expand its renewable energy business.  Companies such as Ventient need finance structures designed around their future revenue streams with the flexibility to adapt to an evolving market.

Jocelyn Land, partner in the infrastructure practice at Allen & Overy, said: “This was a large and complex deal due to the size and number of jurisdictions involved and the team were pleased to be able to support our client Ventient on its latest refinancing. The new investment platform will help to fuel further investments in the infrastructure and renewable energy space and continue its expansion across Europe.”

The A&O team was led by banking partner Jocelyn Land and comprised senior associate Sarah Mulcahy, associates Danielle Hyde, Rachel Coffey, Madeleine Mitchell, and trainee Natalia Miernick (banking); senior associate Tom Rawlinson (international capital markets); and associate Amy Bowden (tax); along with colleagues from across A&O in France, Belgium, Spain, Luxembourg, and Germany.