Speaking Engagement | July.19.2021 - July.20.2021 | 8am - 5pm (Pacific Daylight Time)Manchester Grand Hyatt | San Diego
Victoria Boyne, partner, joins the panel discussion “How Do I Deliver a Project with the P3 Model?: Best Practices for a Successful Procurement Process” on Monday, July 19. The discussion will cover best practices and key issues that public agencies must consider for a successful procurement process.
Matthew Neuringer, senior associate, will present on “How Do I Design a P3?”: Best Practices in Deal Structuring & Contract Management” on Tuesday, July 20. The discussion will cover the basic and best practices for P3 deal structuring and contract management for the long-term success of a P3.
The P3 Airport Summit is the P3 industry's premier gathering for airport infrastructure developers, investors, financiers, state and federal public officials and regional transportation authorities. As some airports face challenges in finding ways to enhance their capacity to fund and construct major expansion or even maintain needed infrastructure, many are leveraging P3s to advance critical infrastructure projects. The 2021 summit will focus on current market challenges, procurement, and project development for airport owners, operators, airlines, and industry partners.
New York Office
As the pace of energy transition is accelerating and the need for infrastructure modernization becoming more urgent, Vicki is a strategic partner for clients looking to make a difference.
Vicki negotiates project financings, procurement, acquisition and sale of energy and infrastructure projects. She quarterbacks complex mergers and acquisitions as well as project developments that require coordination with a host of different parties and advises on debt and equity financings for renewable and conventional energy projects. Well versed in public-private partnerships (PPP/P3) and securities offerings, Vicki guides clients through the legal and business challenges of large infrastructure projects.
Vicki is recognized nationally by Chambers USA (2023), where clients state that she “is terrific to work with,” and she “always makes herself available and is extremely knowledgeable, intelligent and able to get the best out of everyone she works with.”
A distinctive aspect of Vicki’s practice is her dual focus in both the infrastructure and renewables sectors. She leverages this unique perspective in her client relationships with project developers, sponsors, issuers, lenders and governmental authorities.
Passionate about strategizing to get a project to completion, Vicki helps clients build consensus and find creative solutions with achievable outcomes. Whether it’s for the development of a major airport expansion, the equity or debt financing of a wind farm, or the acquisition of a geothermal facility portfolio, Vicki counsels clients on challenging issues and the broader process, providing commercial advice that considers all stakeholders involved.
New York Office
Matthew's practice focuses on complex and innovative social, transportation and infrastructure projects across the United States, particularly alternative delivery projects (public-private partnerships (P3), design-build (DB) and progressive design-build.
Matthew is recognized nationally and globally by Chambers USA, where clients describe him as “smart, organized and responsive and offers really good insight on key issues” and “he is an encyclopedia of PPP and he does an excellent job of leading tricky conversations and getting to a point where all parties agree.”
Prior to practicing law, Matthew worked as a hedge fund analyst and chief of staff in New York State government. Matthew's prior experience in finance and government enhances his ability to deliver legal advice through a commercial lens for private and public sector clients. Matthew has advised clients across a full spectrum of energy and infrastructure assets, including telecoms, rail, highways, airport, intermodal transit, combined heat and power, social infrastructure, and waste to energy. In Matthew's capacity as outside counsel to the Association for the Improvement of American Infrastructure (AIAI) Matthew has also provided input on various key pieces of federal, state and local governments on the sufficiency of their laws to produce P3 projects in their jurisdictions.