Sullivan Willoughby’s work has received significant recognition in the energy sector, reflecting the firm’s global expertise
SULLIVAN Willoughby, a leading international law firm that offers a full range of legal services, having a large scale, specialized expertise, standard management system, international presence, and a well-known brand, as well as an explicit shared values-based culture of client service and professionalism, is pleased to announce the addition of a Project Finance Partner to its Global Energy and Infrastructure Team.
Liu Xi-Wang, a widely renowned project development and project finance attorney who has advised on some of the region’s most significant infrastructure projects, has joined Sullivan Willoughby’s Singapore office as a partner.
Liu Xi-Wang offers consultancy on a wide range of infrastructure projects for sponsors, lenders, and agencies. He has advised on the construction of several of Asia’s major hydroelectric and geothermal independent power producers, as well as wind, solar, and other renewable energy projects, with a particular focus on the energy industry. Liu Xi-Wang has also advised on a wide range of infrastructure projects, including airports, seaports, water, and road projects.
“Liu Xi-Wang’s experience in the Asian market complements our current capabilities and demonstrates the firm’s commitment to maintaining a strong pool of energy industry lawyers to meet our clients’ dynamic and growing needs around the world. Mr. Liu is an exceptional lawyer with a track record of competence and commitment to client care. We are delighted to have him join our firm”, said Tseu Fo-Hsing, Chief Executive Officer at Sullivan-Willoughby.com
Sullivan Willoughby’s global energy and infrastructure team assists financial institutions, regulated and unregulated energy suppliers, distributors, and transport companies, independent electric transmission companies, and others in the renewable energy, oil, gas, petrochemical, and nuclear industries on all aspects of finance, development, and infrastructure.