Baker & McKenzie Hires Leading Energy and Infrastructure Partner
8 August 2011
London, UK, 8 August 2011 - Baker & McKenzie is delighted to announce the appointment of Marc Fèvre as a partner in its Energy, Mining and Infrastructure (EMI) Group.
Marc joins the Firm from Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. He is an expert in energy and infrastructure projects as well as in development and finance. In the energy sector, his practice includes advising investors, lenders and governments on greenfield developments, project financings and secondary market transactions in relation to energy and power generation assets and businesses, with a particular focus on renewable energy. Marc’s expertise also includes infrastructure project financings and PPPs, particularly in the road and rail sectors. Marc has worked in Asia, Europe and Africa and brings significant recent experience from the Middle East, having worked in Abu Dhabi since early 2009.
Head of Baker & McKenzie London's EMI Group Hugh Stewart said, "We are delighted to welcome Marc into the Energy, Mining & Infrastructure Group. His arrival will help build the success of our thriving practice and his experience will add to our strength in a number of key areas."
James P. O'Brien Chair of Baker & McKenzie's Global Power Practice added, "Our energy practice is truly international and continues to even strengthen its global presence. Marc's arrival will further complement that."
Marc is the seventh partner in the London EMI Group and he’ll be part of the London Office's 32-partner Corporate group. The London EMI Group is also part of Baker & McKenzie's 55-partner EMI Group for Europe, the CIS, the Middle East and Africa, advising on projects and transactions throughout these regions. The EMI group advises companies, governments, public authorities and financiers, with a focus on project development transactions, and mergers and acquisitions in the oil and gas, petrochemicals, power, mining and metals, water, transport and infrastructure sectors. The group also advises on environmental markets including renewables and carbon trading.