Trinity’s senior-led team has advised on a plethora of award-winning transactions of innovative and ambitious projects in emerging markets, most notably Africa, eastern Europe, Latin America and Asia.

Our work continues to be recognised by various industry publications, including Legal 500, Chambers & Partners and IFLR, underlining our boutique firm’s agility to resolve and manage complex commercial and legal issues as well as the biggest and oldest-established firms in the market.

Our firm’s ability to offer bespoke solutions to the ever-growing range of issues facing our clients is what sets us apart. Our clients operate in markets that are often difficult to navigate and they rely on our senior lawyers to conceive and implement forward-thinking approaches to keep large-scale projects moving in the right direction.

Whether clients are looking for advice on financing, commercial project documentation, acquisitions or disposals, projects in emerging markets are one of our key practice areas. We’ve helped clients in sectors such as:

  • Power/energy
  • Renewable energy
  • Oil and gas
  • Infrastructure/transport
  • Mining and natural resources
  • Chemicals/industrial
  • Telecommunications

Our proactive, deal-orientated lawyers and partners have the commercial awareness to anticipate and overcome hurdles to get even the most ambitious deals over the line.

Discover relevant transactions advised on by Trinity:

  • Lake Turkana Wind Farm (Kenya): Acting for African Development Bank, European Investment Bank, FMO, DEG, PTA Bank, East African Development Bank, OPIC, EKF, Standard Bank and Nedbank in relation to the €623m financing of a 300MW wind farm development in Kenya.
  • Acquisition of existing desalination project (Ghana): Advising NYSE-listed purchaser AquaVenture Holdings Limited with regard to its proposed purchase of an operating desalination project in Ghana.
  • Geothermal IPP (Ethiopia): Representing the developers in relation to the development and financing of two significant geothermal power project in Ethiopia (Corbetti and Tulu Moye IPPs).
  • Daystar Power (Nigeria): Advising leading European DFI (IFU) as well as the broader DFI equity group in relation` to the investment in Daystar, a growing rooftop solar business in Nigeria.
  • Azura-Edo IPP (Nigeria): Acting for the project company and sponsors in respect of the development and financing of the 459MW gas-fired Azura-Edo independent power project in Edo State, Nigeria.
  • Amandi IPP (Ghana): Acting for the developers on the landmark Amandi 190 MW gas-fired IPP in Ghana.

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