Dr. Alexander Stefan Rieger

Dr. Alexander Stefan Rieger

Counsel, Frankfurt

Email alexander.rieger@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +49 69 962 36 0

Fax +49 69 962 36 100

LanguagesEnglish, French, German, Greek

Practice groupFinance

Stefan Rieger's industry knowledge and experience combined with the management of cross-border teams regularly helps his clients to identify and settle the right questions in time in order to make their projects a success. Recognised for guiding clients through complex project developments and M&A transactions in the infrastructure and energy sectors, his advice focuses on project structuring, contracts drafting/negotiating (EPC, O&M, SPA) as well as on related commercial and strategic issues.

In recent years, he has put a particular emphasis on the sale and acquisition of infrastructure and (renewable) energy assets as well as of loan portfolios secured by such assets, including power plants, wind farms and industrial parks. It is there, at the interface between classical projects and M&A work, where Stefan adds value rarely available in the market. In 2010, Stefan was seconded to the firm's Singapore office. He shares his know-how with others, being a guest lecturer at the Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz and regularly publishes articles on infrastructure related legal issues.

Education and admissions


International Project Finance Association (IPFA)

Representative experience

Advising an international financial institution on the proposed acquisition of a loan portfolio secured by over 20 wind farms, biomass and hydroelectric power plants in Europe.

Advising a U.S. based private equity house on the successful acquisition of an infrastructure park in Germany.

Advising a major international oil business on various corporate modernisation projects.

Advising a German sponsor and EPC contractor regarding PFI waste-to-energy tenders in the UK and Northern Ireland, negotiating EPC and EPC (sub)contracts under UK law.

Advising an international paper manufacturer on structuring, construction, operation and project financing of a waste-to-energy power plant with CCGT in Germany.

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