Roald Nashi is a debt finance partner in the Washington, D.C., and Houston offices of Kirkland & Ellis LLP. Roald has experience in representing parties on various forms of financings of energy and infrastructure projects in the oil and gas, petrochemical and power sectors, including bank and bond financings, leveraged lease, margin loan facilities and tax structured financings. His clients have included private equity funds, project developers, commercial banks, underwriters, mezzanine lenders, institutional investors and export credit agencies.
Italy's Class Action Experiment, 43 Cornell Int'l L.J. 147 (2010)
Stern Private Equity Club, Energy and Infrastructure Panel, 2019 Annual Stern Venture Capital and Private Equity Conference, February 22, 2019
American College of Investment Counsel - 2018 Spring Investment Forum - Chicago - Presentation on Project Finance in the Private Placement Market - Back Leverage Financing
Yale University, Visiting Scholar, 2006–2007
Oxford Studies in Epistemology, Managing Editor, 2005–2010
Admissions & Qualifications
- Admitted only in New York and Texas and practice is supervised by principals of the Firm
- Cornell Law SchoolJ.D.cum laude
Excellence for the Future Award in Secured Transactions
Senior Articles Editor, Cornell International Law Journal
- Cornell UniversityPh.D., Logic
- University of WisconsinB.A.
Soros Foundation Scholarship