Vany Attarian

Associate
Norton Rose Fulbright (Middle East) LLP

Dubai
United Arab Emirates
T:+971 4 369 6363
Dubai
United Arab Emirates
T:+971 4 369 6363
Vany Attarian

Vany Attarian

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Biography

Vany Attarian is a banking and project finance lawyer based in Dubai. She has worked across a variety of cross-border energy and power transactions in the Middle East and has advised sponsors and lenders on structuring and financing a range of projects.

Prior to joining the team in Dubai, Vany was based in our Sydney office where she gained extensive experience working across the construction, insolvency and banking teams in both transactional and disputes work.


Professional experience

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Advised:

  • Samba Financial Group - on the SAR 1.23bn murabaha shipping financing extended to National Chemical Carriers Ltd Company.  
  • The lenders (including EBRD, OFID, DEG, SCB and others) - on the project financing of an IPP of approximately 1500MW.
  • The winning consortium of EDFR and Jinko Power - on the financing of the 2000MW solar power project in the UAE.
  • The lenders to a bidder - for the 2000MW solar power project in the UAE.
  • A consortium of six lenders, including JBIC, supporting the successful bidder, Marubeni Corporation - on the financing of  a combined cycle gas turbine power plant, and the development of associated infrastructure facilities, to be located at Qidfa, Emirate of Fujairah, United Arab Emirates.  
  • A consortium of seven lenders supporting the successful bidder, ACWA Power - on the financing of a 150 MIGD greenfield sea water reverse osmosis treatment facility in Umm al Quwain, on a build, own, operate (BOO) basis for a 35 year term.
  • A consortium of six lenders supporting the successful bidder, ACWA Power - on the financing of  a greenfield reverse osmosis seawater desalination plant with a net potable water capacity of two hundred (200) MIGD to be located at Taweelah, Emirate of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.  
  •  EBRD - in connection with the financing of two solar PV projects developed under the Jordanian wheeling scheme.
  • The lenders to the winning consortium led by Veolia and Marafiq - in relation to the Jeddah Airport 2 ISTP in Saudi Arabia on a build, own and operate and transfer (BOOT) basis.
  • The lenders to the ACWA Power led consortium appointed to develop the 600,000 cubic meters a-day Rabigh 3 RO plant in Saudi Arabia.

 

 

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