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Leroy Levy specializes in Middle East infrastructure projects, particularly in Saudi Arabia. A partner in our Project Finance practice, Leroy represents clients in a variety of projects and related transactions, particularly in the field of public-private partnerships and the energy sector.

With more than 17 years of experience, Leroy represents clients in the Middle East, and particularly in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Knowledgeable in public-private partnership projects, he has worked on a number of innovative deals, including the US$2 billion air separation unit build-own-operate project at Jazan, Saudi Arabia, as well as the US$20 billion Sadara complex, the world’s largest petrochemical project.

A frequent author and speaker on topics related to infrastructure projects in the region, Leroy is on the United Nations Economic Commission of Europe's roster of experts. He is also a member of the Saudi British Joint Business Council.

Leroy was recognized by Chambers EMEA in 2016 for Saudi Arabia Projects and Energy, and by Legal 500 for helping shape the Saudi Arabian power and water sector. He has also been recognized by Legal 500 for his leading role in closing the Jazan ASU project deal, the first such project to be financed entirely on an Islamic finance basis.

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Credentials

LL.B., Queen Mary College, University of London, with honors

M.S.C. Construction, King's College, University of London, UK

England

Saudi Arabia Projects and Energy


Chambers EMEA, 2016

Recognized for helping shape the Saudi Arabian power and water sector


Legal 500

Recognized for leading role in closing the Jazan ASU project deal


Legal 500

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Advising the Government of Saudi Arabia (through its wholly owned special purpose vehicle Tatweer Buildings Company) with respect to a US$12 billion education public-private partnership program.

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Advising the Government of Saudi Arabia (through its wholly owned special purpose vehicle Tatweer Buildings Company) with respect to a US$12 billion education public-private partnership program.

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Advising the Government of Saudi Arabia (through its wholly owned special purpose vehicle Tatweer Buildings Company) with respect to a US$12 billion education public-private partnership program.

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Advising the Government of Saudi Arabia (through its wholly owned special purpose vehicle Tatweer Buildings Company) with respect to a US$12 billion education public-private partnership program.

Credentials

LL.B., Queen Mary College, University of London, with honors

M.S.C. Construction, King's College, University of London, UK

England

Saudi Arabia Projects and Energy


Chambers EMEA, 2016

Recognized for helping shape the Saudi Arabian power and water sector


Legal 500

Recognized for leading role in closing the Jazan ASU project deal


Legal 500