Nandan focuses on the development and financing of major energy and infrastructure projects.
Nandan has advised lenders and developers in complex energy, infrastructure, and project finance transactions across the globe. He has represented banks, export credit agencies and underwriters in the financing of conventional and renewable energy projects — including some of the largest natural gas plants, wind energy and solar farms and ethanol plants in the world — as well as petrochemical facilities and other infrastructure projects in the United States, the Middle East, Asia and Latin America.
In addition, as the head of White & Case's global India practice, Nandan has extensive experience in cross-border M&A, joint venture, private equity and other corporate transactions involving India.
Nandan's work relating to India involves advising foreign investors, including private equity funds, fund sponsors, private and public companies, investment banks and commercial lenders, in connection with their investments in India, and their loans to companies based in the country. Dual-qualified in New York and India, he draws on his wide-ranging transactional experience to advise Indian companies on their international investments and capital-raising activities. Major cross-border deals he has worked on include the largest ever cross-border M&A transaction between India and China.
Nandan's track record in India, and in territories across the globe, has led to him being regularly ranked as a Leading Lawyer in Projects and Infrastructure, and in Corporate/ M&A, by respected legal publications including Chambers (Band 1), The Legal 500 and IFLR1000.