Dominic Spacie > Dentons > London, England > Lawyer Profile



Dominic is a consultant (formerly a partner for 20 years) whose experience primarily lies in PPP and concession-based project finance (with a specific focus on infrastructure and energy). He has advised clients, including banks, sponsors/borrowers, investors and the public sector, on all aspects of project financing, on both project-related documentation and finance documents (debt and capital market solutions). In recent years he has advised on a large number of international PFI/PPP sector projects, including the airport sector. He also spent nine months on secondment to the in-house legal department of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, advising the bank on its debt and equity investments in Eastern Europe. He also focuses on developing the Firm’s project finance in Africa and has been working on African infrastructure projects in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Nigeria. He has also advised on two projects in the Caribbean – in Antigua and Jamaica.


1988-93 Linklaters & paine; 1993-96 Freshfields; 1996-99 Masons; 1999-2000 Mayer, Brown & Platt; 2001 to date Dentons, London (formerly SNR Denton UK LLP), Partner.


Cambridge University (1986 MBA); The College of Law (1987 CPE).

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London > Projects, energy and natural resources > Infrastructure

The Dentons infrastructure practice advises on UK projects as well as leveraging the firm’s global presence to advise on matters across the globe, including in Liberia, Nigeria and Jamaica. Another area of work is assisting clients on the expiry of their projects, notable examples being a wastewater project, an army equipment project, an acute hospital project and a naval equipment/services contract. Edinburgh-based Euan Wilson specialises in large infrastructure and project finance transaction. He co-leads the team with consultant Dominic Spacie, who has experience advising banks, institutional investors, development finance institutions, contractors and various government entities on domestic and international PPP, PFI and concession-based infrastructure-related projects.