Angad has experience of acting for a broad base of clients on complex multi-jurisdictional financings in the energy, natural resources and infrastructure sectors. In particular, Angad has supported clients on some of the most high-profile project finance transactions in Africa and other emerging markets.
In 2020, Angad spent six months on secondment with Golar LNG - one of the world’s largest independent owners and operators of marine-based LNG midstream infrastructure, active in the liquefaction, transportation and regasification of natural gas.
Angad's experience includes advising:
- a syndicate of lenders, including Natixis as one of the documentation banks, on an underwritten bank financing supporting the proposed US$3.9 billion sale of Engie's exploration and production business to Neptune Energy
- 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
- a syndicate of lenders on a US$1.5 billion reserve-based lending facility to Kosmos Energy in connection with its oil and gas assets in Equatorial Guinea, Senegal, Mauritania and Ghana
- the sponsors in relation to the US$530 million project financing of three industrial steam and electric cogeneration plants at Saudi Aramco sites in Saudi Arabia, and the refinancing of the same
- a syndicate of 23 lenders led by BNP Paribas on a US$5 billion secured revolving reserve-based lending facility to Lundin Petroleum in respect of its oil and gas assets in Norway
Angad graduated with a first class honours degree in Biochemistry and Biotechnology from Imperial College London, before reading for a masters degree in Finance from the London School of Economics. Following a post-graduate conversion to law from the BPP School of Law in London, he was admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales in 2017.