Abraham is an Associate in the firm's finance practice, with a focus on the energy, natural resources and infrastructure sectors.
Abraham has worked on a range of complex multi-jurisdictional financing transactions. In particular, Abraham has advised clients on a number of high-profile project finance, acquisition finance and other energy, natural resources and infrastructure finance transactions across the EMEA region.
During his time at Herbert Smith Freehills, Abraham has spent six months on secondment to the firm's Tokyo office.
Abraham holds a BA History degree from the University of Bristol, as well as completing post-graduate legal studies at Cardiff University and BPP Law School in London. Abraham was admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales in 2020.
Experience & expertise
- the lenders on the project financing of Cory's Riverside 2 EfW facility in Belvedere, southeast London (European Environmental Deal of the Year – PFI Awards 2022; Power Deal of the Year (Europe) – IJGlobal Awards 2022)
- ABSA Bank Limited, African Export-Import Bank and Standard Chartered PLC and the other senior lenders on the provision of secured term loan and revolving credit facilities to Heirs Holdings Limited to finance the acquisition of a participating interest in OML 17 in Nigeria (African Deal of the Year – PFI Awards 2021)
- Stanbic Bank, The Standard Bank of South Africa and The Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund on the financing of the 40MW (55MW peak) Kesses solar project in Kenya for Alten Energy
- Transmission Capital Partners on the financing and acquisition of transmission links to offshore wind farms in the UK
- IFC and four parallel lenders on a €242 million loan to Sococim Industries for kiln 6 of its cement plant in Senegal
- BNP Paribas, DNB (UK) Limited and the other lenders on a $750 million senior secured borrowing base facility for the EnQuest group to refinance existing debt and to finance the acquisition of Suncor’s interest in the Golden Eagle Area Development