Hughes Hubbard & Reed has extensive experience in project finance transactions—non-recourse and limited recourse project development financing—involving power production facilities, industrial plants, transportation facilities and other infrastructure projects. We also have substantial experience in other practice areas that may be drawn upon for a particular transaction, such as corporate finance, real estate, tax, bankruptcy, energy regulatory matters, The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, insurance and environmental law.
We are well-versed in many possible project finance structures, including single-investor leases, leveraged leases and limited partnerships, and have worked on several transactions that have included local industrial development agency participation for property tax relief. Our experience includes both domestic and international projects.
Our project finance attorneys represent lenders, borrowers and other participants in projects, such as construction contractors and equipment suppliers. Our clients include domestic and international commercial banks (including US branches and agencies of foreign banks), international financial institutions, insurance companies and other institutional investors, power developers, power plant construction companies and equipment manufacturers, investment banks and non-bank investors and finance companies.
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