News 19 Dec. 2019
Curtis Wins in London for Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria
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Curtis gains recognition in new Africa publication
News 26 Feb. 2020
Curtis Secures Comprehensive Victory for the Republic of Kazakhstan’s Committee of Roads
News 24 Jan. 2020
Curtis defeats $400 million investment treaty claim brought against India
Client Alert 03 Apr. 2020
EU Insight: COVID-19 (Coronavirus) – Regulatory Measures and Announcements
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UK Insight: COVID-19 Business Financing Facilities: Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) & Covid Corporate Financing Facility (CCFF)
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News 18 Dec. 2019
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Event 31 Jan. 2020
Partner Antonia Birt Speaks at 5th Annual GAR Live Abu Dhabi
Publications 15 Jan. 2020
Antonia Birt publishes IBA Arbitration Country Guide for the UAE
Client Alert 27 Mar. 2020
U.S. Insight: Data Security and Protection in the New Work-From-Home Regime During Coronavirus/COVID-19
Client Alert 24 Mar. 2020
U.S. Insight (Coronavirus/ COVID-19): Force Majeure under New York Law
Client Alert 06 Apr. 2020
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London partner Timi Balogun focuses his practice on project finance and infrastructure development, primarily in sub-Saharan Africa.
Mr. Balogun has a particular breadth of experience in both the development and financing of African infrastructure projects. Before joining Curtis, he spent six years as General Counsel for The Infrastructure Bank Plc (formerly the Urban Development Bank of Nigeria Plc) in Abuja, where he oversaw all aspects of the bank’s work supporting key infrastructure projects in Nigeria and beyond, with a focus on funding commercially viable projects with significant developmental impact.
Mr Balogun's extensive experience encompasses the legal aspects of The Infrastructure Bank’s products including development loans, project finance advisory and arranging, proprietary equity, fund management, capacity building and technical assistance, in the areas of transportation infrastructure; mass housing and district development; power and renewable energy projects; solid waste management; municipal common services; and water provision.
University of Lagos, Nigeria, L.L.M.
University of Ife, Ile-Lfe, Nigeria, L.L.B.
England & Wales
Energy (Oil & Gas)
Two Curtis matters feature in PLC Magazine’s Practical Law Arbitration: Top 10 English cases of 2019