Bevan Brittan is delighted to have been shortlisted for Legal Advisor of the Year at this year’s prestigious Partnerships Awards.

Now in their 21st year, the Partnerships Awards bring together key decision makers from the public and private sectors and reward outstanding achievements in public-private partnerships. The winners will be announced in London in May.

Bevan Brittan is a market leader in advising on Private Finance Initiative (PFI)/Public Private Partnership (PPP) projects, across a wide range of sectors including health, waste, energy, education, social housing and infrastructure.

Working for contractors, sponsors, equity investors, funders and public sector clients, the firm has a long track record in developing innovative PPP delivery models that support our clients’ aims, as well as helping to resolve disagreements that arise during the life of a PPP project.

Nadeem Arshad, PFI/PPP Partner at Bevan Brittan, said: “We are very pleased to have been shortlisted in this year’s awards. Over the last 12 months, we have been advising on some complex and market leading transactions – this reflects the depth of our PPP expertise and the excellent lawyers in our firm. We look forward to the awards night and what is sure to be a great occasion.”

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