01 Aug 2018 | 01:00 am | 1 min. read
International law firm Pinsent Masons is pleased to announce that Banking and Project Finance partner Jeremy King is joining the firm's Australia practice commencing 1 August.
Mr King’s appointment supports Pinsent Masons’ strategy in Australia to expand its project finance offerings in the infrastructure and energy sectors.
A partner with Corrs Chambers Westgarth for more than seven years and a partner in Australia for over a decade, Mr King’s primary areas of expertise include project and infrastructure finance, structured asset finance, acquisition finance, corporate finance, and restructuring and workouts.
His experience extends to financing for energy and renewables, social infrastructure (including corrections, education, and health care facilities), roads and rail, property, mining and resources, and water and sanitation. Mr King is one of the most peer-recognised lawyers in the industry. Most recently, Jeremy was recognised by The Best Lawyers in Australia in the categories of Banking and Finance Law, Energy Law, Construction/Infrastructure Law, Project Finance and Development Practice, and Equipment Finance Law, Asset Finance Law and Structured Finance Law.”
Based in Melbourne, Mr King will support Pinsent Masons’ Sydney and Perth offices, and strengthen the firm’s banking and finance offering across the Asia Pacific region.
Anthony Arrow, head of Australia's Finance & Projects team at Pinsent Masons said:
“The team at Pinsent Masons extends a warm welcome to its newest partner, Jeremy King. We are thrilled to have on board a partner who is so highly-regarded in the industry, particularly for his banking and finance work and his strong leadership in the pro bono space.
“Given the unprecedented growth in Australia’s energy and infrastructure sectors, we look forward to tapping into Jeremy’s significant experience and skillsets to enhance our offerings in the Australian market and the wider Asia Pacific region.
“Jeremy’s appointment as partner at Pinsent Masons is symbolic of our fast-growing brand recognition in Australia. It is also testament to the firm's strategic decision to focus on the needs of our clients in the infrastructure and energy sectors across the entire project lifecycle.”
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