Clayton Utz congratulates clients shortlisted for global accolades at prestigious Partnership Awards

06 Mar 2017

Sydney, 06 March 2017: Clayton Utz congratulates clients Macquarie Capital, Plenary Group and Cintra on being shortlisted for global accolades at the prestigious 2017 Partnership Awards. Our three clients were named finalists in their respective categories of Financial Adviser of the Year, Sponsor/Developer of the Year and SPV Management Company of the Year. 

Clayton Utz is also a finalist for the Legal Adviser of the Year Award, and is advising on five of just 40 projects worldwide that are shortlisted for awards across seven categories:

Best Operational Project

Best Transit Project

  • Capital Metro PPP - Adviser to Capital Metro Agency on the $939 million new light rail system in Canberra; Lead partner: Jo Pugsley
  • High Capacity Metro Trains - Adviser to Evolution Rail (Downer Rail, CRRC and Plenary) on the $2 billion project to deliver 65 high capacity trains and two maintenance facilities for Melbourne's rail network; Lead partner: Marcus Davenport

Best Road Project

Clayton Utz Deputy Chief Executive Partner Bruce Cooper said the nominations reflected the size, scope and complexity of many of the projects the firm advised on.  

"The Australian infrastructure landscape has always been impressive and these shortlisted projects continue that momentum. The Partnership Awards showcase the complex and innovative nature of these projects internationally."

"Congratulations to our clients on their individual nominations and to the teams on the shortlisted projects."

The annual Partnerships Awards by Partnerships Bulletin recognise the best projects and advisers across the international Public Private Partnerships industry.  Winners of the 2017 Awards will be announced in London on 11th May. 

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