HHP Law Firm, the member firm of Baker McKenzie International in Indonesia, has strengthened its Finance & Projects capabilities with the appointment of Nadia Soraya as Partner.

 

Nadia has over 15 years of experience in project development and project financing. She has worked on a wide range of energy, mining and infrastructure projects, including greenfield project development, project financing, project and debt restructuring and brownfield projects M&A.

 

Commenting on her arrival, Timur Sukirno, Managing Partner of HHP Law Firm, said: "We are delighted to welcome Nadia to our Firm. We are focused on reinforcing our strengths in key energy and infrastructure  sectors and Nadia's significant project and  project financing experience in the power, infrastructure and natural resources sectors reflects that commitment."

 

"As companies continue to invest in infrastructure development in the region, particularly in fast emerging economies such as Indonesia, we are able to leverage our strong track record to support our clients on complex projects in Indonesia and across the region," Sukirno continued.

 

Luke Devine, Foreign Legal Consultant in the Finance & Projects Practice Group in Jakarta, said: “The Indonesian energy and infrastructure sectors are very much in a new build phase, with significant greenfield developments occurring in power, transport and social infrastructure sectors.  HHP has been at the forefront of these ground-breaking new projects, and having someone with Nadia's experience and long track record in Indonesia in these industry sectors will reinforce our offering as we continue to support both domestic Indonesian clients as well as foreign clients entering the Indonesian market."

 

Nadia said: "I am excited to be joining HHP Law Firm and to be part of a team that is consistently sought out by clients for advising on complex mandates in the energy and infrastructure sectors. I look forward to bringing my projects experience to bear on the market-leading deals that the team is working on."


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