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Andrew Gallagher

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Andrew is a partner in the firm's Infrastructure, Energy, Resources and Projects team. He focuses on infrastructure finance, project finance, PPP and related M&A transactions. Andrew advises senior lenders, sponsors and borrowers on a variety of international infrastructure and project finance deals across a range of market sectors including transport (rail, roads, airports and ports), social infrastructure (hospitals, schools), power (IPPs/IWPs) and renewable energy (offshore wind, solar and waste to energy).


London: Projects, energy and natural resources

Infrastructure (including PFI and PPP)

Within: Leading individuals

Andrew Gallagher - Hogan Lovells International LLP

Within: Infrastructure (including PFI and PPP)

Hogan Lovells International LLP is known to clients for its 'outstanding service' and 'quality individuals' such as the 'strong up-and-coming new partner' Alex Harrison . In recent highlights, the team acted for investment funds, oversaw a number of existing nuclear projects and advised on high-profile energy from waste projects with the expertise of Scott Tindall.  On the financing side, Andrew Gallagher represented an African investment fund in its first debt funding transaction in the transport infrastructure sector of an African nation for the funding of capital works and improvements to several airports. Also notable is Adrian Walker who continues to lead the advice to the developer of a new nuclear project and assisted a major corporate with its bid to acquire rights to a major ongoing European interconnector project. Tarek Eltumi was also recently promoted to partner and Arun Velusami recently joined from Norton Rose Fulbright . Philip Brown and counsel Charles Ford are also notable contacts alongside practice head Philip Robb .

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Water

Within: Water

The sector-led, multi-disciplinary water team at Hogan Lovells International LLP is spearheaded by Philip Robb . Recent financing work includes acting for a group of banks as lead arrangers in the closing of the project financing of Sohar independent water project in Oman after assisting the lenders throughout the bid phase, and Andrew Gallagher 's counsel to an investment bank with regards to its financing of a landmark UK infrastructure project. On the regulatory side, counsel Charles Ford advised existing investors in the sector on the impact of the ongoing PR19 review and the potential effects of the Labour Party's utilities reform plan. Steven Bryan handles corporate matters within the energy, projects and natural resources sector and was recently joined in the department by Sarah Shaw from Allen & Overy LLP .

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London: Transport

Aviation

Within: Aviation

Hogan Lovells International LLP¬†is best known for its ‚Äėexcellent‚Äô airports practice, which handles regulatory , disputes, planning and competition, issues, as well as infrastructure, projects, developments and acquisitions in the sector. It advised TAV airports and A√©roports de Paris on the project financing of an airport new terminal and runway at Tbilisi International Airport in Georgia. Regional Airports is also a client. Counsel Charles Ford, who is noted for his experience in infrastructure matters, heads the team with finance partner Andrew Gallagher.

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Rail

Within: Rail

Hogan Lovells International LLP‚Äôs multidisciplinary department has ‚Äėgreat rail sector experience‚Äô and advises on a range of UK and international rail projects. Headline work includes advising the Hellenic Republic on the restructuring of its railway sector; advising the lenders on on-going matters in connection with the Nottingham Express Transit Phase 2 PFI Project; and advising the DfT on its Intercity Express Programme (IEP). Andrew Briggs¬†handles PPP and infrastructure projects; counsel Charles Ford¬†is ‚Äėfirst-rate‚Äô; Nick Roberts¬†is experienced in the development of new stations and depots; Andrew Gallagher¬†acts for lenders, sponsors and borrowers on rail projects; and Simon Gwynne, who is noted for UK rolling stock and rail depot matters, heads the team.

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