François-Guilhem Vaissier is partner in the Paris office's energy, infrastructure and project finance practice.
His practice mainly includes the private sector participation (PSP) and all aspects of the structuring and financing of infrastructure and industrial and energy projects (including renewable energy), as well as their corporate law specificities.
François-Guilhem Vaissier managed several large projects in France (railway projects, motorways, road tunnel, airport operation, co-generation plant, wind farms), Europe (underwater tunnel, water and wastewater concession), Africa (hydro-power plant and aluminum smelter project, coal-fired power plant, cement plant, motorway concession, mining concessions, free zone areas, oil production sharing agreements and privatization of a national air carrier), Asia (First Public Private Partnership for a metro project in India) and the Middle East (airport BOT, real estate financing).
Before joining White & Case in January 2007, François-Guilhem Vaissier worked for two years in a leading French law firm. Prior being called to the Paris Bar, he worked for the International Financial Institutions Representative Office of Suez, located in Washington, DC and for the refining/marketing department of Total in Paris.