Projects and Infrastructure Of Counsel Joins Gibson Dunn in Singapore

May 21, 2024

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP is pleased to announce that Claude Jiang has joined its Projects and Infrastructure Practice Group as an of counsel in the Singapore office.

Commenting on his arrival, Elaine Chao, Partner in Charge of the Singapore office, said: “We are delighted to welcome Claude to Gibson Dunn. His extensive project development and finance experience makes him an excellent addition to the team.”

Ben Shorten, partner and member of the firm’s Projects and Infrastructure Practice Group, added: “We have been growing our EMEA projects and infrastructure team, and Claude is a great fit, bringing extensive experience in energy and infrastructure projects across Asia and the Middle East. On a personal note, having previously worked with Claude, I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work with him again.”

About Claude Jiang

Claude has over 17 years of energy and infrastructure related project development and finance experience across Asia and the Middle East. He has extensive experience working on both the project side and the financing side of transactions and has been involved in a variety of transactions from different project aspects including traditional project financing, structuring for projects without a financing component, project-related M&A as well as project-based bond offerings. Recently, he has concentrated on energy transition/renewables and assorted infrastructure projects while leading cross-border and cross-practice teams on several large-scale transactions.

Claude is admitted to practice in the State of New York and is qualified to practice in China.

About Gibson Dunn’s Projects and Infrastructure and Energy Practice Groups

Gibson Dunn’s Projects and Infrastructure Practice Group has in-depth knowledge and experience ranging from green field project development, major disposals, and acquisitions across energy and infrastructure and complex asset restructurings. The group advises all stakeholders from governments and corporate and financial sponsors, through to lenders and other credit providers.

The Energy Practice Group has a wide array of experience across all parts of the sector—from traditional sources of energy such as oil and gas, and electric utilities, to renewable forms such as solar and wind. The firm has handled energy-related matters involving numerous practice areas, including mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures; debt and project finance; capital markets; joint ventures; fund formation; dispute resolution; commercial arrangements; and all manner of energy-related regulatory and antitrust issues.