Frederick E. Jenney

Frederick E. Jenney

Education

Yale University (B.A., 1979)
University of Virginia School of Law (M.B.A., 1983)
University of Virginia School of Law (J.D., 1983)

Bar Admissions

New York
District of Columbia

Frederick’s (“Rick’s”) practice focuses on international project finance, political risk insurance, and cross-border investment transactions. He also represents clients in U.S. energy project finance transactions, with a particular emphasis on structuring, lending, political risk, and intercreditor issues. His project finance experience comprises new loans, refinancings, restructurings, and workouts for projects ranging in size from $2 million to $2.5 billion, particularly with respect to co-lending among multilateral and bilateral agencies (the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, U.S. Eximbank, and Inter-American Development Bank), commercial bank syndicates, and 144A lenders.

Rick has represented lenders and developers in project financings in Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, and the United States, principally in the power, energy, hotel, and manufacturing industries.

In addition to his international project finance experience, Rick’s political risk‒insurance experience encompasses both insurance and reinsurance of a broad range of equity and debt investments by developers, commercial banks, and capital markets investors.

Prior to joining MoFo, Rick served as Assistant General Counsel to the U.S. government agency OPIC. As senior leader and political risk insurer, he represented the agency in a broad range of global project finance, political risk‒insurance, equity fund, and cross-border investment transactions. He has also shared his expertise in foreign direct investment, international commercial transactions, and international project finance as an adjunct professor for the Georgetown University Law Center, the Washington College of Law at American University, and the George Washington University National Law Center.

Department of Energy/BrightSource Solar Power Projects.
We represent DOE as loan guarantor in a limited-recourse project financing for construction of three concentrating solar thermal electric generating plants, totaling 375 MW, to be located near the Ivanpah Dry Lake in the Mojave Desert.


CH Energy/Shirley Wind Power Project
We represent CH Energy, a New York-based energy company, in connection with the acquisition, development, and financing of a 20-MW wind power project in Brown County, Wisconsin. Wind turbines and operations and maintenance services will be provided by Nordex USA, Inc.


CH Energy/Shirley Wind Power Project
We represent CH Energy, a New York-based energy company, in connection with the acquisition, development, and financing of a 20-MW wind power project in Brown County, Wisconsin. Wind turbines and operations and maintenance services will be provided by Nordex USA, Inc.


Department of Energy/BrightSource Solar Power Projects.
We represent DOE as loan guarantor in a limited-recourse project financing for construction of three concentrating solar thermal electric generating plants, totaling 375 MW, to be located near the Ivanpah Dry Lake in the Mojave Desert.


Frederick Jenney is recommended as a leading lawyer by Legal 500 US 2012, IFLR1000 2013 and Best Lawyers In America 2006-2011. He is also recommended by Legal 500 Latin America 2012 in the Projects and Energy: International Firms section.

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