Fernando Lillo, with more than 20 years of experience, advises clients on lending and structured finance and is recognized as a leading lawyer in Spain for public-private partnerships (PPPs), private finance initiatives (PFIs), and project finance and in the infrastructure and renewable energy development markets.
Most of Fernando's recent representations focus on renewable energy (wind parks, mini hydraulic, biomass, cogeneration, bioethanol, solar, and thermal solar plants) and infrastructure projects (toll roads, highways, parking lots, wastewater treatment plants, hospitals, sports centers, hotels, and nursing homes, among others), including administrative concessions. His experience encompasses all types of credits, loans, and security packages in project, corporate, export, acquisition, and asset financing. He also advises local and international promoters and investors (including investment funds) in the renewable energy and infrastructure sectors, not just in the development area but also in the acquisition and sale of assets, as well as their financing.
Fernando has recently been the lead in advising Aberdeen in the acquisition of several brownfield assets in Spain; Grupo Sacyr in the financing and refinancing of various transport infrastructures; a Spanish developer in the sale of an 850 MW portfolio of photovoltaic plants to various investment funds; and Grupo Azvi in the acquisition, financing, and operation of certain rolling stock for the Toros project in Uruguay.
- 10 de junio de 2014
Reformas Constitucionales en México: transformando el sector energético
- 22 de marzo de 2012
Nuevos Retos En La Financiación De Proyectos
- Instituto de Empresa Madrid (Master's in Business Law 1997); San Pablo CEU University, Madrid (Certificate in Business Law 1996); Complutense University of Madrid (Law Degree 1995)
- Member 57794 of the Madrid Bar Association
Best Lawyers (2014-2020) — project finance and development practice
Chambers Global — projects (2011-2021)
Chambers Europe — projects (2008-2021)
The Legal 500 EMEA (2010-2012), including banking (2018-2021) and projects (2019-2021)
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