Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
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Andrew Singh is a finance lawyer based in Sydney with over 10 years' experience. He previously spent over 6 years working at the London office of Norton Rose Fulbright and another leading international US law firm. Andrew regularly advises lenders, funds and sponsors across a broad range of complex domestic and international transactions including acquisition finance, project finance, trade finance, asset backed lending finance, real estate finance and general corporate finance.
Andrew has acted for clients such as each of the big four Australian banks, Bank of America, Blackstone, Boeing, Challenger, Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, Macquarie Bank, Standard Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, Total Group, Wells Fargo, major mining companies, private equity funds and alternative capital providers.
- A syndicate of financiers - in relation to a senior syndicated secured loan in connection with the acquisition of an Australian target group that owns and manages market leading Australian consumer brands in the living, gifting and convenience sectors.
- Blackstone - in relation to a senior syndicated secured loan to an industrial property landlord and development group to consolidate the group's existing debt and provide pre-development finance in relation to a significant residential redevelopment of industrial land.
- An ASX-listed oil and gas company - in relation to its global operations, strategic and financing needs.
- A club of financiers - in relation to term and revolving facilities provided to a leading Australian hospitality group to assist with their ongoing operations and growth strategy secured by a real estate backed portfolio.
- Boeing - in relation to funding its operations with certain strategic aviation partners in the UK and in relation to financing a Russian joint venture to develop, manufacture and export aviation machinery and to acquire a new manufacturing premises for expanded operations.
- Total Group - in relation to a $3 billion joint venture investment to expand petrochemicals activities in Texas. This JV investment involved a syndicate of commercial lenders and created approximately 1,500 jobs.
- ICBC Standard bank - in relation to its secured advance payment and offtake arrangements with a leading metals mining company.
- A global investment bank - in relation to an ECA-backed facility to a publicly listed company to secure the supply of coal-handling equipment in Eastern Europe.