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Andrew Jerjian Toronto Lawyer

Andrew Jerjian

Associate Fasken
Jurisdiction Ontario, 2023 | England and Wales, 2016 | New York, 2013
Language(s) English, French
Office(s) Toronto


Andrew Jerjian is a Toronto-based associate in the firm’s Global Infrastructure & Projects Group. He has experience acting for lenders, export credit agencies, equity investors, sponsors and borrowers on a wide variety of international project development, finance and M&A transactions in the energy, infrastructure and natural resources sectors.

Andrew has been a lawyer at two international law firms in London, UK. Andrew’s experience includes advising clients on the commercial and financing aspects of major greenfield projects, as well as the refinancing, restructuring and purchase / sale of brownfield assets. He also has experience advising on Islamic facilities, either as standalone financings or in combination with conventional facilities.

Andrew has advised on transactions in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia in sectors including wind, solar PV, nuclear, oil & gas, shipping and smart metering.

While in the UK, Andrew was seconded to HSBC as in-house counsel, where he worked on export, asset and infrastructure finance transactions – including a complex cross-border financing involving a Japanese Operating Lease with Call Option (JOLCO) structure.

Andrew is a qualified lawyer in Ontario, New York, and England.

Prior to qualifying as a lawyer in England, Andrew pursued a two-year training contract at an international law firm in London, UK. During his training contract, he worked in the corporate/M&A, energy & infrastructure and capital markets groups, as well as in the international arbitration group in Paris, France.

Client Work

  • The District of Columbia’s Smart Street Lighting P3 project, with a consortium led by Plenary Americas, reaches financial close,
  • £18 billion Hinkley Point C nuclear power project,
  • Acquisition of a portfolio of smart metering projects in Western Europe,
  • US$140 million financing of the 86MW Al Rajef wind project in Jordan,
  • US$1.3 billion refinancing of the Al Dur Independent Water and Power Project,
  • Project development and US$1.85 billion financing of a world-scale propane dehydrogenation facility and a world-scale polypropylene facility in Alberta, Canada,

Career & Education


  • BCL University of Oxford
  • LLM Cornell University
  • LLB University of Warwick

Community involvement

  • Member, Lincoln for Life (Alumni) Committee, Lincoln College, University of Oxford

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Member, Law Society of England and Wales
  • Member, Ontario Bar Association


Article, Author Financing Oil and Gas through the Energy Transition Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation (36 J.I.B.L.R., Issue 7)


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