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Bruce has been a partner at Linklaters since 1995 and heads up Linklaters’ infrastructure practice. With nearly 25 years of experience, his most notable deals include advising on the establishment, governance and financing of the Green Deal Finance Company Limited and the Thames Tideway Tunnel Project. His most recent and current transactions include advising on: the restructuring and refinancing of the Cory riverside EfW business; on a potential financing vehicle for the infrastructure needs of LA Metro; the financing of the two Ferrybridge EfW plants; the termination of the Severn River Crossings concession and numerous refinancings.


Trained Dorman Jeffrey & Co, Glasgow; qualified 1986; Assistant Solicitor, Linklaters LLP, London 1986-1991; Partner, London 1995 – 2005; Head of Global Projects, London 2005 – 2014; Partner, London 2014 to date.


English; French


University of Dundee (1984 L.L.B. Law).

London: Transport


Within: Rail

Linklaters LLP handles a range of rail sector corporate, finance, real estate and regulatory matters for sponsors, lenders, rolling stock companies and government clients. Headline work includes advising the lenders on the $2.73bn project financing of the $4bn construction of the Nacala Corridor Rail and Port project in Mozambique and Malawi; and advising the lenders to the bidders on the £3bn acquisition of HS1 for a joint venture managed by InfraRed Capital Partners.  Fiona Hobbs and Charlotte Morgan lead the team, while Stuart Rowson, Ian Andrews, consultant partner Bruce White, and Jessamy Gallagher are also noted.

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