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A team of Ashurst lawyers led by energy transport and infrastructure (ETI) partner Mark Elsey advised Celtic Roads Group (CRG) on the PPP project to build the Dundalk Western by-pass in the Republic of Ireland. This is the second project in the Irish National Roads Authority’s (NRA’s) programme to achieve financial closure. Arthur Cox Dublin-based corporate partner Ciaran Bolger advised CRG on Irish law issues. Norton Rose projects partner Jon Ellis advised the commercial lenders. Denton Wilde Sapte finance partner David Nanson advised the European Investment Bank on finance documentation. McCann Fitzgerald finance partner Colm Fanning advised the NRA. Elsey was supported by ETI partner Paul de Cordova and international finance partner Steve Harris.

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