Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright is expanding its Singapore projects practice with the arrival of partner Andrew Digges.
Andrew, who joins from Ashurst, has over 20 years’ experience in project finance and project development with a focus on the energy, renewables, transport, utilities and social infrastructure sectors. He also has in-depth knowledge of the Indonesian market, having worked in Jakarta for five years earlier in his career. Andrew is recognized as a leading individual in the latest Chambers Asia Pacific directory for his infrastructure and projects work in both Singapore and Indonesia.
Yu-En Ong, Head of Singapore at Norton Rose Fulbright, commented: “In Singapore and across South-East Asia, we’re seeing increasing investment in complex infrastructure projects. Andrew combines extensive projects experience with in-depth regional knowledge and his addition underscores our leading market position making our team one of the largest energy and infrastructure practices in the region.”
Andrew commented: “Norton Rose Fulbright has an enviable global reach and is one of the premier project finance firms in the world. Its Singapore office has a reputation for advising in relation to many of the region’s most significant financing deals across diverse industry sectors. I look forward to working with the team to expand the firm’s Asia and international projects offering to clients.”