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Projects

Allen & Overy's global Projects Group comprises over 70 partners globally and includes some 250 lawyers.

The Group advises sponsors, governments, construction companies and lenders on projects and project financings across energy, infrastructure, mining and telecoms throughout the world.

We provide our clients with a totally integrated service on all aspects of project work, drawing on and marshalling Allen & Overy’s specialist skills in all relevant areas of law.

Our lawyers win praise for their technical ability as well as their commercial approach and can provide a comprehensive service, including advising on joint ventures, project structures (BOT, BOOT, DBFO, DBFM, PPP, 3P, PFI and others), conducting legal due diligence, risk allocation and reviewing the "bankability" of project agreements, financing arrangements (bank and bond) and relevant security packages and considerations across the globe.

Allen & Overy has consistently closed more project finance deals globally than any other law firm since 2000 and is recognised as ‘top-tier’ in all the major legal directories.

News & insights

News: 06 JANUARY 2020

A&O Partner David Christensen Joins U.S. Projects Team

Christensen moves to the U.S. after 7 years in A&O’s Australian offices

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News: 18 DECEMBER 2019

Allen & Overy advises Palisade on its acquisition of Snowtown 2 Wind Farm

Allen & Overy has advised Palisade Investment Partners (Palisade) on its acquisition of the Snowtown 2 Wind Farm from Tilt Renewables.

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News: 18 DECEMBER 2019

Success for A&O at Euromoney LMG Asia Women In Business Law Awards 2019

A&O wins ‘Best International Firm for Women in Business Law’

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Port

News: 29 OCTOBER 2019

A&O advises on Lekki Port - Nigeria’s first deep sea port

Lekki Port LFTZ Enterprise Limited (LPLEL) has signed a USD629 million loan from China Development Bank (CDB) for the development of the first major part of Lekki deep sea port in Lagos State, Nigeria. LPLEL is owned by Singaporean conglomerate Tolaram Group and (subject to completion of its equity investment) China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC).

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Recognition