Alec Borisoff heads the Tokyo office of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy and is a member of the firm's Project Finance Group. He was previously resident in the firm’s New York and Washington DC offices.
Primary Focus & Experience
Mr. Borisoff's experience includes the representation of project sponsors, financial institutions, export credit and multilateral development agencies and other project participants in a wide range of US and cross-border project and structured financings and investment transactions, with a particular emphasis on mining, oil & gas and power-related financings. He has significant expertise in complex multi-sourced financings involving official credit agencies, having represented over fifteen multilateral development banks, export credit agencies and other official lending institutions over the past few years.
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Some of Mr. Borisoff's recent transactions include: the $3 billion Sierra Gorda Copper Project in Chile; the $5 billion Refineria de Cartagena (Reficar) refinery expansion project in Colombia (named “Latin America Downstream Oil & Gas Deal of the Year” by Project Finance, 2011; and “Deal of the Year” by Trade Finance, 2011); the $700 million Jaguar Power Project in Guatemala (named “Project Finance Deal of the Year” by Latin Finance, 2010); the $2.3 billion Esperanza Copper Project in Chile (named “Mining Deal of the Year” by Project Finance International, 2009); the $3.8 billion Peru LNG Project (named “Latin America Deal of the Year” by Project Finance International, 2008; “Project Finance Deal of the Year” by Latin Lawyer, 2008; and “Latin America Export Finance Deal of the Year” by Project Finance, 2008); and multiple representations of the US Department of Energy in connection with wind, nuclear and uranium enrichment-related projects. Mr. Borisoff also has significant experience working on restructurings, acquisition and leveraged financings, M&A and private equity transactions.
Recognition & Accomplishments
Mr. Borisoff recently contributed to and co-authored book chapters on public-private partnerships (published by Kluwer Law International 2010) and official funding sources (published by Oxford University Press 2011), as well as articles appearing in the 2012 and 2013 Yearbooks published by Project Finance International. Mr. Borisoff received his undergraduate, graduate and law degrees from New YorkUniversity. He is fluent in Spanish, French and German.