The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (“EBRD”) and the World Bank are among the international financial institutions spearheading a 3-billion-euro plan to wean North Macedonia off its reliance on coal. The “Just Energy Transition Investment Program” (JET-P) plan follows the footsteps of several other countries in efforts to retire coal power plants, with the joint support of the government, as well as public lenders and private investors.
Redcliffe Partners has advised the IFC, EBRD, and DFC on their USD 480 million loan to Ukrainian poultry and grain producer MHP. Avellum advised MHP. CMS and Harneys reportedly advised the DFC and EBRD, with Harneys and Baker Botts reportedly advising the IFC.
Schoenherr has announced it is expanding its Warsaw office with the addition of a team of 23 lawyers, including seven partners, as of February 2024. The move includes Partners Szymon Okon, Pawel Chyb, Ilona Fedurek, Tomasz Kwasniewski, Katarzyna Solarz, Katarzyna Szczudlik, and Marcin Czaprowski from SSW Pragmatic Solutions.