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Katy Bagerman

Senior Associate

Katy Bagerman
English, French, Russian
Practice Group

Katy understands the deals from the client's perspective, having been seconded to an international multi-lateral bank.

As an associate in our Infrastructure and Project Finance practice based in London, Katy focuses her practice on project finance and general banking, with a strong emphasis on infrastructure and PPP/PFI, working on both domestic and cross-border transactions.

Katy advises commercial and multilateral lenders as well as sponsors and borrowers.

Representative experience

Advising the European Investment Bank (EIB) on its proposed £1billion financing of the Thames Tideway Tunnel project.

Advising Ghana Infrastructure Investment Fund as lender on its $30 million financing of an airport expansion in Ghana.

Advising EIB as senior lender to Transmission Capital Partners on the acquisition of the Offshore Transmission Operator to the 270MW Westermost Rough Wind Farm.

Advising M&G and EIB on their joint funding of the Royal Hospital for Sick Children PFI project in Edinburgh.

Advising the senior lenders financing the £1 billion acquisition of Glasgow, Aberdeen and Southampton Airports by Macquarie and Ferrovial from BAA.

Advising Welcome Break on its £400 million refinancing and revolving facilities, including £300 million senior debt and £100 million junior institutional lender debt.

Advising Legal & General, EIB and a major UK Bank on their joint funding of the Royal Liverpool Hospital PFI project.

Advising Aviva to close two new Real Estate/Infrastructure debt funds.

Education and admissions


  • Legal Practice Course, BPP Law School, 2009
  • LLF (Hons), London School of Economics, 2008
  • Diplome des Etudes Juridique, Universite de Strasbourg III (Robert Schuman), 2007


  • The Law Society of England and Wales
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