Tom Wilkinson

Associate, London

Biography

Overview

Tom is an associate in the Project Development and Finance practice in our London office. Tom has experience acting for both sponsors and lenders on a range of project financings and other structured finance transactions.

Tom joined the Firm as a trainee in 2016 and qualified in 2018, after spending six months on secondment in the Firm's Singapore office.

Bars and Courts
England and Wales
Education
Legal Practice Course
BPP Law School
Graduate Diploma in Law
University of Law
BA
University of Warwick
Languages
English

Experience

Representation of an international energy fund in relation to the financing of the 1.1GW Seagreen wind farm that, when completed, will be the largest wind farm in Scotland.

Representation of a syndicate of banks on the project financing of a new satellite for an Indonesian operator, with proposed credit support from major ECAs.

Representation of a syndicate of banks on the project financing of a new satellite for a Malaysian operator, with proposed credit support from major ECAs.

Representation of DNB Bank ASA as mandated lead arranger and lender on the financing of the Arctic Satellite Broadband Mission. The project, which will benefit from support from the Norwegian Export Credit Guarantee Agency (GIEK), is being executed and will be operated by Space Norway, a state-owned limited company that is managed by the Norwegian Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries. Space Norway is building and launching two satellites designed to operate in highly elliptical orbits to offer mobile broadband coverage to civilian, government and military users in the Arctic.

Representation of Vale S.A. and Mitsui & Co., Ltd. on the development and US$2.73 billion financing of the landmark Nacala Corridor Railway and Port Project, an integrated and transformative infrastructure project supporting growth along a regional corridor shared by two countries, Mozambique and Malawi.

Representation of Natixis and Glencore on the first ever reserve based financing in Mexico in connection with the acquisition by Petrolera Cardenas Mora (a subsidiary of Cheiron Holdings Ltd) of a 50% interest from PEMEX in Mexico of certain onshore oil & gas assets.