"Conrad is the go-to lawyer in the infrastructure debt market, whether you are simply raising finance through a bank or putting in place a complex multi-creditor platform. He is extremely calm under pressure, always gives a very balanced view, is extremely commercial and looks for simple options instead of making things overly complex."

Chambers UK 2022

Conrad Andersen

London
  • 99 Bishopsgate
  • London EC2M 3XF
  • United Kingdom
 
 

Conrad Andersen is an infrastructure partner in the London office of Latham & Watkins and serves as Global Co-Chair of the firm’s Energy & Infrastructure Industry Group. 

Mr. Andersen advises a diverse range of infrastructure funds, investors, and financial institutions on all aspects of core and hybrid infrastructure on complex infrastructure financing and acquisition transactions. 

Mr. Andersen has significant experience advising infrastructure funds, institutional investors, sovereign wealth funds, insurance companies, and pension funds, He has significant experience advising clients across all infrastructure sectors, including, among others, airports, energy infrastructure, digital infrastructure, and utilities. 

Mr. Andersen’s experience includes:

Transport and Logistics
  • Brisa Auto-estradas de Portugal – advising Rubicone MidCo on its financing
  • Sølvtrans – advising on its refinancing
  • VTG – advising on its recent refinancing
  • Aves One – advising Swiss Life and Vauban on its acquisition
  • Forsea Ferries – advising on its financings
  • Ermewa – advising on its acquisition and refinancing
  • Akiem – advising on its refinancing
Digital Infrastructure 
  • GlasfaserPlus – advising IFM on its acquisition
  • EuNetworks – advising on its refinancing
  • ACP / Telefonica – advising on the financing of its fibre rollout
  • GlobalConnect – advising on its acquisition and refinancing
  • G.Network – advising on the  financing of its fibre roll out
  • Deutsche Glasfaser – advising on the acquisition and refinancing
  • CityFibre – advising on its fibre roll-out financing
  • Finerge – advising on its platform refinancing
  • Gigaclear – advising on its fibre roll out and financing
Energy and Storage 
  • GETEC – advising on its refinancing
  • Aramco Oil Pipelines – advising EIG on its acquisition and refinancing
  • Ferngas – advising FSI on its financing and sale
  • ADNOC Gas Pipeline – advising the consortium on its acquisition and refinancing
  • Wheelabrator, Ferrybridge, and Skelton Grange – advising on the acquisitions and refinancing
  • VTTI – advising on the refinancing
Utilities, Metering, and Renewables
  • SUEZ – advising on its acquisition
  • GETEC – advising on its refinancing
  • HS Orka – advising on its financing
  • Loiste – advising on its refinancing
  • Finerge – advising on its platform refinancing
  • Calisen – advising funders on the P2P acquisition
  • Caruna – advising on its acquisition and platform refinancing
  • Elenia – advising on its acquisition, platform refinancing and sale
  • Energetics – advising on its refinancing
  • Ellevio – advising on its acquisition and refinancing
 
  • Bar Qualification
    • England and Wales (Solicitor)
    Education
    • LLM, University of London, 1998
    • LLB, Cardiff University, 1996
  • Practices
  • Industries
 
 
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