Adam specialises in banking, project and structured finance and restructurings. He has considerable experience in acting for lenders and borrowers in general banking, structured and acquisition finance transactions. He also has broad experience in project financing transactions and has advised project sponsors, lenders and export credit agencies on power, infrastructure, telecommunications, energy and water projects in the Middle East, Russia, South America and in numerous countries throughout Asia. He is also experienced in acting for debtors and creditors for debt restructurings. Adam relocated to head Allen & Overy’s practice in Vietnam after having spent 15 years with the firm in Hong Kong and Tokyo.
Chambers Asia Pacific 2015 notes that Adam is “highly reputed for project finance work” and, according to Chambers Global 2010, Adam Moncrieff is praised by sources for his “excellent negotiation skills and profound understanding of a range of projects issues.” “He has experience of an array of sectors, including power, petrochemicals and transport infrastructure.”
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Over the past year we have worked with some of the world’s most sophisticated businesses on market-leading transactions that have changed their industries. This includes, advising on the largest oil refinery project in Vietnam (Nghi Son) and the joint venture between H.C. Starck and Vietnam’s largest private sector company, Masan Group; the ground-breaking creation of Abu Dhabi’s first Financial Free Zone, the Abu Dhabi Global Market; and representing Novartis in its successful patent battle with MedImmune over Novartis’s blockbuster drug Lucentis – to name just a few achievements.
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This network has allowed us to become one of the largest and most connected law firms in our peer group with a global reach and local depth that is simply unrivalled.
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