Charlotte L Morgan > Linklaters LLP > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Linklaters LLP
ONE SILK STREET
LONDON
EC2Y 8HQ
England

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London > Transport > Rail

(Hall of Fame)

Charlotte MorganLinklaters LLP

The broad rail offering at Linklaters LLP draws strengths from its leading corporate, finance, real estate and regulatory expertise to advise on a range of rail mandates, such as M&A, financing, construction, real estate, franchising, rolling stock and policy issues; it has the ‘capacity to deploy teams from other areas to enhance the level of service delivered‘. Its clients range from government bodies, rolling stock companies, regulators, sponsors and lenders, to financiers. The team is commended for its ‘commercial focus, problem solving abilities; its very strong work ethic, and its highly professional and knowledgeable approach‘. Its international expertise is evidenced by its lead role in advising the lenders on the $2.73bn project financing for the $4bn construction, refurbishment and operation of a 912km railway line through Mozambique and Malawi. Fiona Hobbs has a ‘wealth of experience in the rail sector‘ and Charlotte Morgan is noted for her infrastructure expertise, while Stuart Rowson handles finance mandates in the sector.

London > Projects, energy and natural resources > Power (including electricity, nuclear and renewables)

(Hall of Fame)

Charlotte MorganLinklaters LLP

Linklaters LLP has the ability to support clients on every aspect of wind power projects and regularly advises on the planning and development of UK offshore assets. The magic circle firm’s full-service offering handles OFTO sales, equity sell-downs, refinancings and decommissioning, among other matters, both at home and abroad. In recent highlights, the group oversaw the development of Moray and Triton Knoll, two of the three UK offshore wind projects to receive Contracts for Difference (CFDs) in the latest government round, and has been acting for the sponsors on the financing of a new lignite fired power station in Kosovo. Key partners include the ‘super smart’ Jeremy Gerwirtz, ‘Mr Renewables’ John Pickett, the ‘commercial and knowledgeable’ Richard Coar and Charlotte Morgan , who also leads the firm’s UK Government offering. Long-serving global projects head Bruce White recently retired from the partnership and now serves as a consultant.

London > Projects, energy and natural resources > Power (including electricity and renewables)

(Hall of Fame)

Charlotte MorganLinklaters LLP

London > Risk advisory > Brexit

Linklaters LLP fields a global team of experts, led by global competition chair  Christopher Bellamy QC and corporate partner  Lucy Fergusson  to advise clients on the full range of Brexit-related risks and strategies. The cross-practice group is particularly active with financial services clients, handling a variety of issues including contingency planning and cross-border reorganisations .Other  key names in this group include global head of finance and projects Michael Kent, Peter Bevan, who leads the financial regulation group, and global co-head of fintech Harry Eddis. Deepak Sitlani and Mark Brown are the primary contacts for capitals markets-related issues, Nicole Kar heads up the UK competition group, and Charlotte Morgan leads the global energy and infrastructure practice.