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Alex Ross



Alex Ross



Alex is a Sydney-based associate who was recently seconded to the Banking & Projects practice of our Bangkok office. He specialises in banking and projects transactions, with a particular focus on renewable power projects and cross-border financings within the ASEAN and broader Asia-Pacific region including, large-scale cross-border mandates in Thailand, Lao PDR and Cambodia.

Alex is qualified in both Australia and New Zealand and holds a LL.B. with First Class Honours from the Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand.

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Publications: 21 June 2021

Celebrating Allen & Overy's LGBTQ+ culture of inclusion with Sydney associate, Alex Ross

As part of a Pride month series profiling LGBTQ+ colleagues across the world, Alex Ross, an associate based in Sydney, shares his experiences of being gay in a liberal part of the world and what Pride…

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News: 08 January 2021

Allen & Overy project finance deal wins ‘Indian Green Deal of the Year’ at the Project Finance International Awards 2020

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Publications: 31 July 2020

What is sovereign payment risk and what can investors do to mitigate it?

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Publications: 13 May 2020

Banking Solar in Vietnam – a look at the next wave of renewable power projects in Vietnam

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Admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand, 2018

Admitted as a Solicitor, NSW, Australia, 2018


Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.), First Class Honours, Victoria University of Wellington, 2018

Bachelor of Arts (BA), French Language and Literature, Victoria University of Wellington, 2018

Published Work

  •  "Myanmar update from on the ground: implications for investors", Allen & Overy, February 2021
  • "Sovereign Payment Risk", Allen & Overy, July 2020
  • "Banking Solar in Vietnam" (co-authored with the Asian Development Bank), PFI Global Energy Report, April 2020
  • "Green Bonds: Securities Regulation Towards a Low-carbon Economy", New Zealand Business Law Quarterly, April 2019
  • "Retaining Retention Money: A Critical Analysis of the Retentions Regime in the Construction Contracts Amendment Act 2015", New Zealand Business Law Quarterly, December 2016