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Eric Filipink joins Trinity D.C. office

Trinity International are delighted to announce that Eric Filipink has joined us as Counsel in our newly opened DC Office.  He joins Head of DC Office Tom Eldert as another senior emerging markets-focused project finance attorney in our growing DC practice. Eric focuses on project finance in the energy and renewable energy sector and impact… Read more »

Trinity International launches Washington D.C. office

Trinity International is pleased to announce the launch of its Washington, D.C. office, which opens for business today. Trinity’s D.C. office will focus on advising government agencies and multilateral institutions on global project finance transactions, as well as advising foreign governments on regulatory programmes and policy initiatives supported by those agencies and institutions and advising… Read more »

Trinity promotion May 2018

Trinity has promoted Luke Muchamore to Partner effective as of May 2018.  Luke joined Trinity in June 2012 as an associate, having trained and qualified as a solicitor at Allen & Overy LLP, spending time  as an associate in both the London and Paris offices. The Trinity partners congratulate Luke on his promotion and on his… Read more »

Trinity advises lenders on 80MW peat-fired power plant in Rwanda

Trinity has advised a group of senior, and under a separate instruction mezzanine, lenders in relation to the US$350 million financing of an 80 megawatt (MW) peat to power project in Rwanda.  The power plant, once built, will significantly increase Rwanda’s on-grid electricity. The group of lenders includes Africa Finance Corporation (AFC), which arranged senior debt… Read more »

Trinity promotions January 2017

Trinity has promoted Harvinder Deol to Counsel and Jo Sykes to Senior Associate effective as of January 2017.  Harvinder and Jo both joined Trinity in October 2014 as associates.  Harvinder joined the team from CMS Cameron McKenna and retains his focus on matters relating to EPC and O&M.  Jo trained and practised at Clifford Chance… Read more »

Trinity advises sponsors on landmark Amandi IPP in Ghana

Trinity has advised Amandi Energy Limited (“Amandi Energy”) on the $552 million Amandi Energy Power Plant (the “Amandi Project”), a 197.4 MW combined cycle, dual-fuel power project situated in Aboadze, Ghana. The Amandi Project is the only large scale base-load independent power generation project in sub-Saharan Africa to achieve financial close to date in 2016. The… Read more »

Lucy Johnson joins Trinity team

Trinity is pleased to announce the hiring of Lucy Johnson who joins the firm from Herbert Smith Freehills in London where she trained and qualified as a solicitor in their Energy, Natural Resources and Infrastructure Team. Lucy has experience in the energy and infrastructure sector with particular focus on Africa. Lucy advises on various project… Read more »

East Africa off-grid solar PV financing

Trinity is pleased to have advised a syndicate of debt funds, led by resonsAbility Investment AG (one of the world’s leading asset managers specialising in development-related sectors of emerging economies) (‘RiA’) in relation to the financing of Off Grid Electric’s (‘OGE’) East African solar PV off-grid, distributed solar home systems and batteries. The transaction required… Read more »

Trinity International – Paris Office

Trinity International LLP is pleased to announce the opening of its Paris office. Trinity International SELARL (Trinity Paris) will be open as of 3rd October 2016 and is regulated by the Paris Bar (l’Ordre des Avocats de Paris). Trinity has a team of seven French-speaking or French qualified lawyers working across several Francophone countries, including… Read more »

Trinity advises on first solar PV plant in Uganda

Trinity is pleased to announce that it acted as legal advisors to Access Uganda Solar Limited (“Access”), on its 10MW solar power project in Soroti District, Uganda, which reached financial close on 20th January 2016. This will be Uganda’s first ever grid connected solar PV power plant; construction has begun and the plant should be… Read more »