Alexandra Jeffreys

Senior Associate
Norton Rose Fulbright LLP

United Kingdom
T:+44 20 7444 2057
United Kingdom
T:+44 20 7444 2057
Alexandra Jeffreys

Alexandra Jeffreys


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Alexandra Jeffreys is a banking lawyer based in London. She has previously been seconded to Abu Dhabi. Alexandra advises governments, commercial lenders, development finance institutions, export credit agencies, multilateral financing institutions and sponsors on energy and infrastructure projects. Her practice focuses on emerging markets.

Professional experience

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  • Solicitor, qualified in England & Wales
  • IFC on multiple debt and equity transactions in jurisdictions including Egypt, Macedonia, Nigeria, Pakistan, Poland and Yemen. Most recently on the financing aspects of the 550MW of solar power projects in Egypt under the second round of the country's 2,000MW feed-in tariff programme.
  • Ministry of Finance of Angola:
    • as borrower in relation to the financing of public interest projects by international banks, backed by various OECD and non-OECD ECAs;
    • on the financing aspects of the ECA-backed 2,069MW Lauca dam hydroelectric project and the ECA-backed 2,100MW Caculo-Cabaça dam hydroelectric project, both in Angola;
    • on the largest oil receivables-backed financing to date.
  • Marubeni Corporation and JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. in respect of the 1,177 MW net power generation capacity solar PV plant, together with associated infrastructure and facilities located near Sweihan in Abu Dhabi.
  • A syndicate of lenders, including National Commercial Bank of Jamaica, on the project financing of the 190MW dual fired (LNG and ADO) combined cycle power plant project in Old Harbour Bay, Jamaica, with Marubeni Corporation and Korea East-West Power Co., Ltd. as sponsors.
  • A syndicate of lenders on the state guaranteed financing to the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan Republic in connection with an ammonia plant with a capacity of 1,200MTPD and a urea plant with a capacity of 2,000MTPD and related facilities in Sumgayit, Azerbaijan.
  • An ECA in respect of its first equity investment.
  • Mizuho Bank, Ltd. and BNP Paribas as arrangers and a syndicate of 14 lenders in respect of a US$1.5 billion five year corporate revolving facility for Sasol.
  • An African state-owned oil and gas enterprise on multiple petroleum receivables-based financings.
  • Brookfield Renewable Power as borrower in respect of syndicated loans for the acquisition of two wind farm portfolios in Ireland from Bord Gais Eireann.
  • A syndicate of lenders on a corporate financing for Angola LNG Limited in connection with the repair words to be realised by Angola LNG Limited in order to restart its LNG plant in Angola.
  • FMO in their participation in an A/B syndicated loan structure with a Mongolian borrower.
  • Citadel Capital (now Qalaa Holdings) and Egyptian Refining Company (Takrir) S.A.E., on the US$3.7 billion financing for the redevelopment of a refinery in Egypt.
  • The Dow Chemical Company financing of its US$20 billion joint venture with Saudi Aramco in Saudi Arabia, Sadara Chemical, including the issuance of the largest project bond (“sukuk”) closed to date.
  • Spanish