Vincent is an infrastructure partner, with more than 25 years of experience working on projects in the United States and Latin America.

He regularly advises developers, financing parties, (banks, note purchasers and underwriters), governmental authorities in Public Private Partnerships (PPP/P3), and developers and lenders in all types of other project financings. Vincent's practice covers all aspect of infrastructure and energy including roads, airports, water facilities, social infrastructure and wind farms.

    • The financing parties in connection with the $4.9 billion Los Angeles International Airport Automated People Mover Project. This is the first deal to combine private activity bonds and bank financing in a U,S. P3. Recognized as “Americas P3 Deal of the Year” for 2018 by Project Finance International.
    • The underwriters in relation to the issuance of $737 million private activity bonds to finance the construction of the Interstate 66 (I-66) tolled expansion project in Virginia. Recognized as “Best Transportation Project, Gold (Transform-66 P3 Project)” in 2017 by P3 Bulletin Awards.
    • New York MTA in connection with various expansions of the cellular and WIFI network for the New York subway system.
    • The underwriters in relation to the issuance of $189.1 million private activity bonds to finance the design, construction, financing, operation and maintenance of certain specified areas within the Jeppesen Terminal at the Denver International Airport.
    • The financing parties in connection with the closing of the Purdue Housing Project.
    • The financing parties in connection with the Long Beach Civic Center project. Recognized as “Best Social Infrastructure Project, Gold” and receipent of the “Grand Prix Award” (Long Beach Civic Center Project) in 2016 by P3 Bulletin Awards.
    • The Rhode Island Department of Transportation in connection with the Providence Intermodal Transportation Center.
    • The sponsors for a concession granted by the Regional Transportation District for the construction, financing and operation of a commuter rail network in the Denver metropolitan area (2010). The project was financed in part by tax-exempt private activity bonds.
    • The financing parties in connection with the closing of the Presidio Parkway project.

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