HSF helps CEFC on $150m investment

The firm has helped CEFC on multiple investments in the past

HSF helps CEFC on $150m investment

Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) has continued its work for the Clean Energy Finance Corporation, which recently invested $150m in an infrastructure fund.

The global firm advised the CEFC in its equity investment in the Morrison & Co Growth Infrastructure Fund. The fund will acquire and develop assets with potential for substantial improvements in energy efficiency, including renewable energy, hospitals, and aged care accommodation, HSF said.

Partner Fiona Smedley and senior associate Yorick Ng advised the CEFC on the investment.

The mandate continued HSF’s work for the CEFC. The global law firm has worked with the CEFC on a number of investments, including investment commitments to Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets, Dexus Healthcare Wholesale Property Fund, and Palisade Renewable Energy Fund.

 

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