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Oscar Stephens focuses on renewable energy and infrastructure financing transactions, advising sponsors, developers and financial institutions in a wide variety of lending and capital markets deals with a cross-border component, particularly in Latin America. With more than twenty years practicing in his native Chile and international firms in the U.S., Oscar’s experience expands from unsecured and secured syndicated facilities to complex structured financings, including notes offerings under Rule 144A and Regulation S and private placements under Section 4(a)(2) of the Securities Act.

He represents banks, borrowers and issuers in diverse matters such as term and construction loans, project bonds, acquisition and leveraged financings, high-yield bond offerings, future flow securitizations, and receivables- and asset-backed financings. In addition to his close knowledge of the renewable energy and infrastructure industries representing sponsors and operators of solar projects, wind farms, international airports, highways and port terminals, Oscar has relevant experience in the oil & gas, banking, financial services, fintech and technology, telecom, construction, manufacturing, and food & beverage industries.

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