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Trinity’s key practice areas are Projects, Construction, Finance and Corporate & Commercial. Within these areas, Trinity acts for a broad spectrum of clients, including major corporates, project developers, contractors, private equity funds, commercial investment banks, development finance institutions, monoline insurers, political risk insurers, export credit agencies and government agencies.
The firm offers clients an innovative approach to providing legal advice and the structuring of their fee arrangements. Clients can benefit from Trinity’s financial flexibility, with an approach that isn’t focused on hourly rates, and targeted towards taking some risk of their deals reaching closure.
Trinity’s corporate, commercial and private equity practice is available on a stand-alone basis or as part of our finance practice, specialising on solutions to legal issues that are often unique to emerging markets.
Our carefully assembled team of senior lawyers is recognised by leading publications such as Legal 500 and IFLR for advising on award-winning, large-scale projects in emerging markets; often delivering bespoke solutions to complex legal and commercial issues.
Trinity’s senior finance lawyers offer proven expertise in overseeing the full spectrum of financing arrangements, including corporate, leverage, project, financial institutions and mining finance. We act on transactions with an aggregate capital value of US$10 billion.
For several years, Trinity International has specialised in offering high-quality, bespoke legal services in finance and corporate transactions and power projects throughout Africa. Our award-winning approach to advising on ground-breaking deals across the continent gets projects over the line and innovates industries in the process.
With a senior-led team of lawyers and partners with experience working in large global law firms, Trinity’s boutique law firm has the knowledge and agility to offer specialist legal advice in emerging markets in the Far East, including central Asia.
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