Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, New York
Dan Bartfeld is a partner in the New York office of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy and is the practice group leader of the firm’s Global Project, Energy and Infrastructure Finance Group (which has over 100 dedicated project finance attorneys).Mr. Bartfeld's practice focuses primarily on the representation of financial institutions, developers and multi-national companies in a wide range of oil/gas, petrochemical, power/renewable energy and transportation infrastructure-related projects in Latin America.
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21 November 2016
Argentina has succeeded in making projects under a new renewables programme bankable, but financial backers must still bear considerable long-term political risk, said lawyers at Latin Lawyer’s 4th Annual Project Finance Summit in Washington, DC on Thursday.
24 November 2016
Chile has slashed energy prices by introducing new power-purchase agreements (PPAs) that have encouraged renewable power players to enter the market, but the government must do more to promote funding for gas-fired power stations, heard delegates at Latin Lawyer’s 4th Annual Regional Project Finance Summit in Washington, DC last week.
29 November 2016
Lawyers and bankers praised Colombia’s massive fourth generation (4G) infrastructure programme for bringing international sponsors and banks into the country, but criticised the contracts awarded for being overly complex at Latin Lawyer’s 4th Annual Regional Project Finance Summit held in Washington, DC, two weeks ago.
06 December 2016
Banks financing Mexican midstream infrastructure must factor in government entities’ inexperience in dealing with the private sector, as well as lengthy judicial processes to obtain land rights, heard delegates at Latin Lawyer’s 4th Annual Regional Project Finance Summit held in Washington, DC, two weeks ago.
12 December 2016
Maintaining good relations with local communities and authorities is becoming ever more critical to a project’s success, heard delegates at Latin Lawyer’s 4th Annual Regional Project Finance Summit held in Washington, DC.