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Amy Maloney

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Amy Maloney is a partner in the New York office of Latham & Watkins where she is a member of the Project Development & Finance Practice in the Finance Department.  Ms. Maloney represents sponsors and developers as well as various types of financial institutions in connection with the development, construction, operation, and debt and equity financing of domestic and cross-border energy and infrastructure projects, including renewable assets, gas and liquids pipelines, natural gas and coal fired facilities, transmission assets, liquefied natural gas processing facilities and fuel storage facilities.

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Finance Partner

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http://www.lw.com/people/AmyCMaloney


United States: Finance

Project finance

Within: Next generation lawyers

Amy Maloney - Latham & Watkins LLP

Within: Project finance

Latham & Watkins LLP draws on its impressive investment banking and international banking following to advise on a high volume of lender mandates relating to energy projects. ‘Very versatile’ practice head Jonathan Rod and counsel Amy Maloney acted for The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ on the $551m refinancing of the Trans Bay Cable in California, and Los Angeles-based Jeffrey Greenberg, who is ‘terrific on conventional power projects’, advised BNP Paribas, Bank of America, and Credit Agricole on the construction financing of the Hickory Run power project in Pennsylvania. On the sponsor side, the practice regularly acts for developers and private equity funds, and in one example of the former Matthew Henegar and Eli Katz assisted Alterra Power with the construction loan and tax equity financing of the Flat Top Wind Farm in Texas. Arclight Capital and The Blackstone Group are key private equity clients; Maloney and Washington DC-based David Penna are advising the latter on the private placement of senior-secured notes concerning the Sabine Pass LNG Terminal in Louisiana. The practice was further enhanced by the promotion of San Diego-based Kelly Thomason Self to counsel, and the arrival of Eugene Elrod and Patrick Nevins, who are based in Washington DC, from Sidley Austin LLP and Hogan Lovells US LLP respectively. All named partners are based in New York except where stated otherwise.

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