The infrastructure group of Redcliffe Partners is exceptionally positioned to advise global and domestic clients on transport and infrastructure projects, which can present complications due to evolving legal and regulatory demands, negotiations with central and local governments or state-owned companies, and the requirements to structure deals taking into account state budget laws and public procurement procedures.
Most recently, our team advised on financing the construction of a cargo sea port terminal in Odessa and a specialist (sunflower oil) seaport terminal. We have also been involved in structuring joint ventures between foreign investors and domestic operators of marine terminals. Our team members assisted rail cargo transportation providers with restructuring financial liabilities. Another of our mandates from infrastructure sector clients included advice on financing the modernisation of Ukraine's air navigation system.
Working with Redcliffe, our infrastructure sector clients have access to:
- A dedicated group of lawyers who have used their knowledge of the sector's business dynamics, its major players and critical business drivers, to advise a wide variety of stakeholders on transport and infrastructure transactions
- A team with a proven track record of successfully advising on some of the highest profile transactions in the sector
- Legal services tailored to, and specifically focused on, our clients' individual needs for a specific transaction