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WFW recognised for powerful performance in Inframation 1H18 Project Finance League Tables

3 August 2018

Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) has excelled once again in leading sector analyst Inframation’s H1 2018 Project Finance League Tables and Trend Report. Most notably, alongside the firm’s usual impressive performance in the sector wide and renewables rankings, recognition was also achieved for the first time in the conventional power rankings for Asia and Europe.

WFW scored an impressive 28 top twenty rankings, four more than for H1 2017, including the following key top ten rankings:

  • 1st by deal count for Germany project finance (1st H1 2017);
  • 1st by deal count for Renewables Europe project finance (1st H1 2017);
  • 2nd by deal count for France project finance (5th H1 2017);
  • 2nd by deal count for Power Asia project finance (Not ranked H1 2017).
  • 2nd by deal count for Spain project finance (2nd H1 2017);
  • 4th by deal count for EMEA project finance (5th H1 2017);
  • 4th by deal count for European project finance (4th H1 2017);
  • 8th by deal count for Power Europe project finance (Not ranked H1 2017);
  • 8th by deal count for Transport Europe project finance (Not ranked H1 2017);
  • 8th by deal count for UK project finance (14th H1 2017);
  • 9th by deal count for Global project finance (9th H1 2017); and
  • 10th by deal value for Asia project finance (13th H1 2017).

London Partner and Global Head of the Energy & Infrastructure sector Evan Stergoulis, commented: “This is another excellent set of results for WFW. I’m particularly pleased that our stellar conventional power practice is getting the recognition it deserves, as is our Asian practice”.