Brigette Rummel is an associate in the Global Projects group. She represents lenders (including commercial banks, export credit agencies and multilateral agencies), project owners and contractors in connection with the financing and development of international and domestic projects.
Brigette earned her JD, cum laude, from the Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law and received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Illinois.
- Representing four export credit agency and government-affiliated lenders from the United States, United Kingdom, Germany and Canada in the $10 billion Tahrir Petrochemical Project in Egypt
- Representing two government-affiliated lenders from the United States and Italy in connection with a $1.6 billion dollar petrochemical refinancing and expansion project in Egypt
- Representing three government-affiliated lenders from the United States, the Netherlands and Costa Rica in connection with the financing of the Orosí wind power project in Costa Rica
- Representing two multilateral financing institutions and an export credit agency in connection with the financing of the La Ventosa-La Mata wind power project in Mexico
- Represented a power producer in connection with operations and EPC agreements for power projects in the Dominican Republic
- Represented a wind turbine manufacturer in connection with service arrangements for a wind power project in Panama
- Represented a commercial bank as lender and lead arranger in a $145 million loan facility for the construction and acquisition of a portfolio of solar projects in Chile, which will operate under Chile’s PMGD program
- Represented a commercial bank as lender and lead arranger in a $240 million loan facility for the development of two wind power projects in Missouri
- Represented a commercial bank as lender and underwriter in a $93.4 million back-leverage financing of a portfolio of community and industrial solar projects across the United States
- Represented a commercial bank as lender in the debt financing of back-leverage loans, each made to finance the sponsor’s interest in a tax-equity financed pool of residential solar projects across the United States
University of Illinois, BS
Northwestern University School of Law, JD, cum laude