Overview

Chloe Rossen is an associate in Mayer Brown’s Chicago office and a member of the Banking & Finance practice and Global Projects group.  She has represented both lenders (including commercial banks, export credit agencies and development banks) and sponsors on a range of domestic and international project financing transactions and other types of secured and unsecured financings.

Prior to law school, Chloe worked for three years at an affordable housing nonprofit organization in Boston.

Spoken Languages

  • English
  • Spanish

Experience

International

  • Representing three government-affiliated lenders from the United States and the United Kingdom in a $10 billion naphtha-based petrochemical project in Egypt.
  • Representing the Autoridad del Canal de Panamá in connection with significant post-closing matters with respect to the construction and project development of the $5.25 billion Panama Canal Expansion Project.
  • Representing an export credit agency, a development bank and a state-affiliated commercial bank in connection with post-closing matters related to the financing of the 50-megawatt Orosí wind farm in Costa Rica.
  • Represented a development finance institution in a loan for the distribution of rooftop solar panels in Nigeria.
  • Represented two commercial banks in connection with financing for the purchase of steel pipes to be used in the Gasoducto Sur Peruano pipeline in Peru.

Domestic

  • Represented the lenders in debt aggregation facilities secured by a portfolio of solar energy projects.
  • Represented the sponsor on the construction financing of a 65-megawatt DC / 50-megawatt AC solar facility in Nevada.
  • Represented the sponsor on the financing of the 200-megawatt South Plains I wind project in Texas, including matters relating to a construction loan, structured equity investment commitment, term loan commitment and long-term power hedge offtake arrangement.
  • Represented the sponsor on the financing of the 300-megawatt South Plains II wind project in Texas, including matters relating to a construction loan, structured equity investment and long-term power hedge offtake arrangement.
  • Represented two commercial banks on structured equity investments in the 86-megawatt Golden Hills wind project in California, the 199-megawatt Cedar Bluff wind project in Kansas, the 249-megawatt Golden West wind project in Colorado, the 199-megawatt Seiling I wind project and the 100-megawatt Seiling II wind project, both in Oklahoma, and the 250-megawatt Palo Duro wind project in Texas and Oklahoma.
  • Represented the sponsor on the construction financing of an approximately 20-megawatt AC solar photovoltaic energy facility in North Carolina.
  • Represented the lenders on an oil and gas pipeline financing in Wyoming.

Education

Northwestern University School of Law, JD, cum laude,

  • Online Managing Editor, Northwestern University Law Review

Tufts University, BA, summa cum laude

Admissions

  • Illinois