Phillip Fletcher is a partner in the London office of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy and is the leader of the firm’s Project Finance Group and chair of the firm's European practices. A partner since 1992, he was previously resident in the firm’s Hong Kong, New York, Washington DC and Los Angeles offices.
Primary Focus & Experience
Phillip focuses on representing parties in the acquisition, development and financing of oil and gas, natural resource, independent power, telecommunications and other infrastructure projects. He has particular expertise in multi-sourced financings, including those through official credit agencies, the capital markets and Islamic institutions.
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His recent representations include advising lenders and other parties on:
- independent power and water projects throughout the Middle East;
- refinery and petrochemicals projects in Saudi Arabia;
- an LNG project in Yemen;
- energy and industrial sector financings in Nigeria; and
- mining projects in Africa, Latin America and Asia.
Recognition & Accomplishments
Phillip has been recognised as a leading project finance lawyer by a number of journals, among them: Chambers UK (which ranks him among the 1st tier of projects lawyers in London), Chambers Global (which ranks him as a leader in both the Middle East and African projects markets), the International Who’s Who of Project Finance Lawyers (which has designated him as the world’s “Most Highly Regarded” projects lawyer), Euromoney (which ranks him among the top 25 projects lawyers in the world), Legal 500 and PLC.
He is the author of the introductory chapter to both “International Project Finance -- Law and Practice”, which was recently published by Oxford University Press, and “The Projects and Construction Review”, which was recently published by Law Business Research. He serves on the advisory board of the International Financial Law Review and he is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Phillip is fluent in French.