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March 10th, 2014
Pascal Agboyibor

Pascal Agboyibor

Pascal Agboyibor, Orrick Paris Office Leader

Pascal Agboyibor, Office Leader at Orrick Paris, is a member of the Energy and Infrastructure group and Head of Orrick’s Africa practice, a multicultural team specialized in advising mainly in the oil, gas, power, mining, agriculture and infrastructure sectors.

Agboyibor expertise covers significant projects financings and M&A transactions for financial institutions, commercial banks, investors, as well as constructors, power producers and industrial suppliers, in French and English speaking African countries.

Agboyibor is highly experienced in structured and project finance.

He regularly advises sellers, arrangers and investors on a variety of securitisations.

Agboyibor has an in-depth understanding of the local business markets and sociopolitical contexts and is called on by local African authorities and multilaterals to advice on the development of policy and regulation, particularly with respect to OHADA law and financial markets.

Agboyibor started his career in 1993 with Jeantet Associés, before joining Watson, Farley & Williams in 2000, whose teams integrated with the law firm Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP in 2002. Pascal Agboyibor became a partner with Orrick in 2003.

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