WFW is delighted to announce that two deals the firm advised on have been named deals of the year at the Airline Economics Aviation 100 Awards 2021.
The deal, which was approved by the courts in on 2 September 2020, is one of the most significant airline restructurings to have taken place since the onset of the Covid-19 crisis, and was the first to be implemented using the UK’s new Part 26A of the Companies Act 2006.
Oak Hill has acquired over 110,000 containers from Aves One. The portfolio is valued at c. US$182.5m and the structure involved both asset and debt elements between the parties.
Virgin Atlantic Airways restructuring wins IFLR1000 Europe Restructuring Deal of the Year 202130 April 2021
The deal is one of the most significant airline restructurings to have taken place since the onset of the Covid-19 crisis.
Finerge is Portugal’s second-largest renewable energy producer. It operates 53 wind parks and 16 photovoltaic plants across Portugal and Spain.
Both LNG Carriers Tangguh Batur and Tangguh Towuti have been recognised by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore’s Green Ship Programme for attaining Energy Efficiency Design Index certification.
This article details the upcoming transition away from LIBOR and towards other risk-free benchmark rates across multiple currencies, looking in particular at SONIA and SOFR.
The firm has won the ‘Restructuring Deal of the Year 2019’ award for its advice to Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA regarding the restructuring of NAS’ €250m Norwegian bond transaction.
WFW advises GIG on the construction financing for a 170 MW Nordic onshore wind portfolio30 April 2020
The initial portfolio consists of the 80 MW Buheii project and 43 MW Hornamossen project, with the 47 MW Tysvaer project acceding shortly after close.
This is one of the first few, and the largest, Taiwanese offshore wind farm project financings to complete to date in this flourishing region for offshore wind.