White & Case Advises Brookfield Infrastructure on the Investment by Reliance Industries Ltd. in its India Data Center Joint Venture with Digital Realty
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Global law firm White & Case LLP has advised Brookfield Infrastructure, a leading global infrastructure company, on the investment by Reliance Industries Ltd. to expand Brookfield's joint venture with Digital Realty Ltd. to develop high-quality, highly connected scalable data centers to meet the critical infrastructure needs of enterprises and digital services companies in India. Upon closing, the joint venture will operate under the brand name Digital Connexion: A Brookfield, Jio and Digital Realty Company. Each partner will own one-third of the joint venture.
Brookfield Infrastructure is a leading global infrastructure company that owns and operates high-quality long-life assets in the utilities, transport, midstream and data sectors across North and South America, Asia-Pacific and Europe. Brookfield Infrastructure is the flagship listed infrastructure company of Brookfield Asset Management, a global alternative asset manager with more than US$825 billion in assets under management. In India, Brookfield presently has US$24 billion in assets under management.
The White & Case team was led by M&A partners Oliver Brahmst and Adam Cieply (New York), and included Tax partner Sang I. Ji and associate Adriana Zhan (New York); M&A associate Jane Kim (New York), and M&A partner Tzi Yang Seow and associate Victor Lim (Singapore); International Arbitration partners Jonathan Hamilton (Washington, DC) and Edward Attenborough (London), and counsel Jonathan Ulrich (Washington, DC); Debt Finance partners Charles McConnell, Alexander McMyn (both in Singapore), Colin Harley and Nicola Chapman (both in London), and associates Katelyn Chia (Singapore) and Nicolle Odutoye (London); and Intellectual Property partner Lindsey Canning and associate Amy Detheridge (both in London). International law clerk Isabelle James also assisted on the matter.
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