Cindy Garo is an associate in the Project Development & Finance practice.
- Scotiabank, Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, Banco General and Credit Suisse, as lead arrangers, on a $610 million senior secured financing for two Panamanian affiliates of AES, related to the construction, completion, ownership and operation of an LNG import and related 380 MW net dual-fuel fired combined cycle power plant, both facilities located in Colón, Panama
- Lenders financing IFM Global Infrastructure Fund’s $10.3 billion acquisition of Buckeye Partners, owner of midstream assets comprising more than 6,000 miles of pipeline and 115 liquid petroleum products terminals with aggregate tank capacity of over 118 million barrels in the United States and Caribbean
- ENGIE and its affiliates, including Engie Eólica Tres Mesas 3, Eólica Tres Mesas 4, Recursos Solares PV de México IV, BNB Villa Ahumada Solar, Buenos Días Energía, Engie Abril PV, and Engie México Renovables HC, on the limited recourse financing and related interest rate hedging of four solar parks and two wind farms located in Mexico with a combined nominal capacity of approximately 721 MW
- National Australia Bank, Intesa SanPaolo, MUFG, Crédit Agricole, ING Capital, Commercial Bank of China, Société Générale and Natixis on a $625 million financing for the acquisition by Macquarie (MIRA) of the equity interests in LBCT, the lessee and operator under a long term lease with the City of Long Beach for the Long Beach Container Terminal at the Port of Long Beach in California. The financing also included credit facilities for capital expenditures and general corporate purposes, as well as a letter of credit facility under which several issuing banks provided syndicated letters of credit to support LBCT’s obligations under the lease
American University, Washington College of Law