Jeremy R. Schwer focuses his practice on corporate and private equity transactions across a variety of industries, and project finance and development in the power and energy infrastructure sectors. He has represented domestic and international clients in corporate, development and financing transactions for more than 20 years.
Jeremy’s clients operate in the United States, the Gulf Cooperation Council, Europe, Asia and emerging markets, and include:
- Fortune 500 companies
- Private equity funds
- Management companies
- General partners
- Service companies.
- Development and financing of power and infrastructure projects.
- Advice and structuring for companies seeking entry into the U.S. market.
- Corporate and private equity transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, secondary market transactions, joint venture arrangements, equity financings, fund restructurings and asset dispositions.
- Assisted a Fortune 500 independent power producer in connection with the sale of its Southeastern United States electric power asset portfolio and trading business.
- Served as counsel to a United Kingdom government-sponsored private equity fund in connection with the disposition of a portfolio of 12 electric power assets in Latin America.
- Represented a leading alternatives asset manager in connection with a management buyout and fund recapitalization and restructuring.
- Represented a leading international real estate investment firm in connection with a fund restructuring.
- Represented a leading investment management firm in connection with its equity financing of two solar funds in the United States.
- Represented a U.S. utility in connection with the sale of
11 hydroelectric power stations representing an aggregate of
- Represented a leading U.S. independent power producer in connection with the acquisition of a renewable energy portfolio in Central America consisting of four operating wind power plants with a capacity of 243 MW AC and a solar power plant with a capacity of 82 MW DC.
- Represented a power sponsor in a tender to build, own and operate a 400 MW gas-fired cogeneration power plant in the Middle East.
- J.D., The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law, magna cum laude, 1998
- B.A., Wake Forest University, cum laude, 1995
- District of Columbia
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