Allen & Overy advises Macquarie Asset Management’s investment in Galway Sustainable Credit
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Allen & Overy (“A&O”) today announced its advisement of funds affiliated with Macquarie Asset Management’s Green Investment Group (“Macquarie”) on a USD250 million investment in Galway Sustainable Credit, LLC (“Galway”). A&O’s support of Macquarie’s investment in Galway spanned multiple practice areas, including the firm’s market-leading M&A and Projects Energy, Natural Resources and Infrastructure (PENRI) teams.
With A&O’s support, the deal brings together the world’s largest team of specialist green infrastructure developers and investors to deploy capital solutions that accelerate the transition to clean, decarbonized energy. Since its establishment in 2020, Galway has deployed more than USD250 million towards projects at the forefront of the global energy transition. Macquarie’s investment will allow Galway to support a greater number of qualified projects, from infrastructure to transportation, aimed at advancing renewable energy solutions and promoting an overall sustainable future.
“A&O is pleased to advise Macquarie on its investment in Galway, which will provide capital to critical projects driving the global transition to net-zero,” said Jesse Debban, Partner in A&O’s Corporate and M&A practice. “The deal reinforces A&O’s established record of providing counsel to clients on transactions which intersect our M&A and ESG capabilities. The seamless collaboration required between numerous practice groups speaks to the breadth of our expertise at the firm.”
“We have deep expertise advising on deals that aid the development of projects leading the global energy transition. These transactions pave the way for our future, and allow our clients to leverage the full range of our cross-practice capabilities, driving market-changing outcomes,” said Greg Lavigne, Partner in A&O’s PENRI practice.
San Francisco Partner Jesse Debban led the A&O deal team alongside Partner Greg Lavigne in New York. Support was also provided by Associates Loni Cardoso and Jack Weinert in San Francisco, as well as Associate Andrew Levey in New York. Additional support was provided by the firm’s IP and Data Privacy, Employment, Tax, Finance, Environmental & Compliance, Real Estate, US Antitrust and non-US Antitrust practice groups.