London, 14 March 2007 – LAWFUEL – Baker & McKenzie, London has acted for Citigroup Venture Capital International (CVCI) and Black River Asset Management (Black River), an independently managed subsidiary of Cargill, on their investment into Sindicatum Carbon Capital Limited (SCC).
SCC is a specialist climate mitigation company utilizing capital and technology to convert greenhouse gas emissions into long-term sources of revenue in this rapidly emerging market. The London, Sydney and Beijing offices of the Firm combined to execute this transaction which involved conducting reviews of SCC’s projects in China and elsewhere.
Clive Cook, Corporate Partner at Baker & McKenzie, said: “We were delighted to have acted for CVCI and Black River on this transaction. This was another very interesting project for us which enables us to exploit our transactional lawyers’ experience of carbon related projects and, of course, the cross border strengths of our global climate change practice.”
The Baker & McKenzie London team was led by Corporate Partner Clive Cook, principally assisted by senior associate Karen Guch. The Baker & McKenzie team in Australia was led by Andrew Beatty supported by associates Paul Curnow and Ashley Stafford in Sydney.