Project finance partner moves to MinterEllison

Senior lawyer expands top firm's capital markets and corporate team

Project finance partner moves to MinterEllison
Ros O’Mally

MinterEllison has expanded its capital markets and corporate team with the lateral appointment of a new partner.

Ros O’Mally has joined the firm in Sydney from Hogan Lovells, where she was a partner for nearly four years. She is also a former partner at Gilbert + Tobin and an alumnus of Freehills and Clayton Utz.

“Ros is an experienced project finance practitioner bringing a wealth of experience advising financiers, sponsors and government counterparties on the development and financing of a broad range of complex projects,” said Stuart Johnson, MinterEllison managing partner for capital markets and corporate. “Her arrival further develops our key project solutions practice to support our clients' needs in Australia and across the broader Asia-Pacific region.”

O’Mally is known for her work in project finance, particularly in the power and infrastructure sectors, including clean energy, water treatment, natural resources, and transport, the firm said.

“The Australian energy market is undergoing dynamic transition with clean energy technologies playing an ever-increasing role in Australia's energy mix,” she said.  “Coupled with this are opportunities in the infrastructure sector with strong government commitments to new infrastructure projects including the road and rail sectors as well as social infrastructure projects such as schools and housing.”

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