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Clyde & Co expands global Projects & Construction group with project finance partner hire

  • Press Releases 02 September 2019 02 September 2019

Global law firm Clyde & Co has today announced the appointment of Stephen Jurgenson as a London-based partner in the firm's global Projects & Construction (P&C) group.

Stephen joins from Winston & Strawn in London, and has over 20 years' experience representing clients on complex transactions around the world, in energy, utilities and infrastructure, with particular experience in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. He was based in the UAE from 2010 to 2017 and headed up his former firm's office in Dubai.

Stephen works on project development and finance, banking and institutional finance, corporate lending, mergers and acquisitions and PPP matters. He has an extensive track record in the power, water, renewable energy, oil and gas, natural resources, real estate and transportation sectors.

Liz Jenkins, Partner and member of Clyde & Co's global Management Board, says: "Stephen provides us with leading project finance capabilities which plays well into our global projects and construction practice but also across our other five core sectors. London remains a key global centre of project finance which is why Stephen's presence here and experience acting in so many markets across the world will be invaluable."

Stephen Jurgenson, says: "Clyde & Co is the perfect fit for me as its core sector focus plays so well into the type of work I'm doing around the world for energy, natural resources, infrastructure and transport companies and more. I look forward to working with the team and our clients across the world."

Clyde & Co's Projects & Construction Group delivers transactional and contentious legal services on some of the world's most high profile and complex infrastructure projects. It has an established footprint across all infrastructure classes, and has particular skill in applying developments in mature markets to assist both the private and public sectors in emerging territories. The team has over 150 lawyers across six continents working on multi-national projects that span over 60 countries.