Shearman & Sterling, Clifford Chance and Kudun and Partners have represented greenfield plants-focused energy company B. Grimm Power on its $340 million initial public offering and share listing on the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET). 

Shearman served as the Thailand-based power producer’s counsel for U.S. and English law, while CC and Kundun advised on matters related to Thai law. 

Baker & McKenzie and Baker & McKenzie.Wong & Leow were also involved in the transaction, advising the IPO’s underwriters on Thai law aspects and U.S. and English law, respectively. 

Proceeds from the IPO will be invested to support B. Grimm’s new power projects in Thailand and Southeast Asia. The company operates 27 commercial power plants, which have a total electricity generation capacity of 1.5 gigawatts. 

The Shearman team was led by partner Andrew Schleider.

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