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Renewable energy, which includes wind, solar and other renewables, achieved a new investment record of USD 366 billion committed in 2021 – and investments are expected to grow exponentially.

Given current energy transition needs and a reshaping of policy going forward, financing is a key to achieving investment milestones and project development goals.

Join us for this 60 minute discussion where our energy and financing practitioners will discuss the options, trends and considerations to help bring clarity as project sponsors, lenders and investors move forward with their energy transition strategy.   

Webinar Details

Date:Thursday, April 7, 2022
Time:08:00amHouston / Mexico City
  09:00am New York / Toronto / Santiago
10:00 amSão Paulo
02:00 pmLondon
03:00 pmMadrid / Paris / Johannesburg
05:00 pmDubai
09:00 pmBeijing / Singapore
10:00 pmTokyo
11:00 pmSydney

If you reside in a different time zone and wish to verify your time, please check here.

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Please register here. The webinar dial-in information will be provided via email after your registration is confirmed. A recording will also be available to all registered participants.

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Keep up to date with news and developments with regular insights from the Baker McKenzie Energy Transition page.

Visit our renewable energy Corporate PPA Hub for more content.

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Joshua Rosales
BD Manager
Global Projects Practice

Emma Dunbar
Senior BD Executive
Global Banking & Finance Practice

Event management/registration

Ericka Ang
Senior Coordinator
Global Meetings & Events

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Joshua Rosales is a Global BD Manager in Baker McKenzie Houston office.

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Emma Dunbar is a Senior BD Executive, Global Banking & Finance and Private in Baker McKenzie Belfast office.

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Erica Joyce Ang is a Senior Coordinator in Global Services, Manila office.

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Murray Bowler is a consultant in Baker McKenzie’s Taipei office.

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Claire Dietz-Polte ist Counsel bei Baker & McKenzie Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten und Steuerberatern mbB

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Carolina, domiciled in Medellin, is a transactional attorney with over 15 years of experience, 10 of which involved handling legal structuring, drafting, negotiation and closing of local and international financings and projects as senior associate at an Ibero-American law firm in Colombia. Before joining Baker McKenzie as local partner of Banking & Finance, Carolina founded a Medellin-based law firm. She was a contracts professor at EAFIT University, senior associate of an Ibero-American law firm, legal director at a Brazilian financial company and an in-house counsel for financial institutions.Carolina’s performance has been constantly acknowledged since 2012 by international publications such as Chambers & Partners, Legal 500, IFLR 1000 and Best Lawyers in both banking and finance and projects. Most recently, she was also recognized by Chambers Global 2019, which said, "Carolina is endorsed by clients for 'being a good and efficient lawyer’ as well as very 'capable and knowledgeable.' Interviewees recognize her great performance in dealing with project financing."

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Lamyaa Gadelhak is a partner at Helmy, Hamza & Partners, Baker McKenzie Cairo, where she co-heads the Banking & Projects Practice Group. She has over 15 years of experience working on the entire spectrum of banking and finance as well as on major projects development including in the field of energy, mining, infrastructure, and in environmental markets and climate change. Lamyaa has been at the forefront of Baker McKenzie's efforts in expanding the Firm's expertise in other jurisdictions, including in Africa. She is currently a member of the Firm's Africa Initiative Steering Committee and of the Global Project Finance Steering Committee. She was also a member of the Firm's EMEA Banking & Finance Steering Committee and EMEA Financial Institutions Working Group. She is a member of the Institute for Energy Law of the Center for American and International Law and the Egyptian Bar Association. Lamyaa has contributed to various publications, offering insights on renewable energy, banking and finance, emissions trading, climate change, and carbon capture and storage. She also regularly speaks and sits at panels on renewable energy and climate change at industry conferences. Chambers Global, Legal 500 and IFLR have all ranked Lamyaa as a leading lawyer and recognized her various contributions and distinguished work in the field.

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Kathrin Marchant has been working with the Banking and Finance Practice Group of the Munich, Frankfurt, Paris and London offices of Baker McKenzie since 2005. She currently serves as a member of the Firm’s Energy, Chemicals, Mining and Engineering Industry Group and the Restructuring and Insolvency Practice Group.

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Clyde E. Rankin, III is a member of the Firm's North America Transactional Practice Group based in the New York office and is Chair of the North America Projects Practice. Mr. Rankin is fluent in French. He has been named one of the Best Lawyers in America from 2006 - 2021 and is highlighted in Legal 500 US 2010, 2011, 2015 and 2017-2021 for his work as an advisor to sponsors in project finance and renewable energy. He has also been named a New York Metro Super Lawyer from 2014-2021. Prior to joining Baker McKenzie in 2005, Mr. Rankin served as the ninth chairman of Coudert Brothers LLP.

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Stan is a partner practicing primarily in the areas of infrastructure projects and finance. He serves as counsel in a broad range of complex transactions with both sponsors and lenders on all aspects of energy and infrastructure projects' development, project financing, investments, joint ventures, operations, asset management, acquisitions, divestitures and corporate structuring. Stan has been trained as a lawyer under common law and civil law systems.

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Andrew Zaw is a principal in the Finance & Projects Practice Group of Baker McKenzie Wong & Leow in Singapore. He has more than 12 years’ experience representing sponsors, lenders and government in energy and infrastructure projects in Asia, Africa and Europe. Andrew is recognised as one of Asia's 40 outstanding lawyers below the age of 40 by Asian Legal Business' 40 under 40, 2019, and one of Singapore’s most influential lawyers aged 40 and under by Singapore Business Review, 2019. He is also recognised as a Next Generation Partner for Banking & Finance: Singapore by Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2019 and 2020 and a rising star in Project Finance by IFLR1000 2019.

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