Nikolaos Andronikos has been a partner in Sullivan & Cromwell since 2002 and has broad-based international corporate and finance experience mainly in Europe and Latin America, including in:
•Mergers and Acquisitions:
Advising corporate, private equity and sovereign wealth fund clients as principals, as well as representing financial advisers, on public and privately negotiated transactions (both buy-side and sell-side, including in auction and dual track structures) and in joint ventures.
•Capital Markets, Strategic Finance and Restructuring:
Advising corporate and financial institution clients and governments on international equity and debt financings in the capital markets, including initial public offerings, rights issues and privatizations and on other complex financing or reorganization transactions, as well as on ongoing corporate and securities law matters.
•Project Development and Finance:
Advising mainly sponsors on all aspects of multi-faceted projects, mostly in emerging markets, generally involving multiple sponsors and financing sources, including on consortium and other inter-sponsor arrangements, foreign investment, concession and other host government arrangements, project agreements (including construction, operation, tolling, throughput, offtake and other commercial agreements) and financing arrangements.
As part of his practice, Nikolaos Andronikos has acquired extensive industry expertise in several sectors, including:
•Energy and Environment
•Natural Resources, including Oil and Gas and Metals and Mining
•Telecommunications and Technology
Based in London since 2008, Nikolaos Andronikos has previously been assigned to the Firm's offices in Paris (1996-1998 and 2001-2007) and New York (1993-1996 and 1999-2001).
Nikolaos Andronikos is a member of the Firm's Diversity Committee.
He is member of the New York bar and has also been admitted to the Paris and Athens bars (both inactive). He speaks English, French, Greek and German.
Recent publications include A U.S. lawyer's perspective on the EU Takeover Directive inCommon Legal Framework for Takeover Bids in Europe, Cambridge University Press, Law Practitioner Series, 2008.
•Chambers Global(2013, 2014)
•European Legal Experts: Project Finance and Energy(2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010)
•European Legal Experts: Banking & Finance(2006, 2007, 2008, 2010)
•Euromoney'sGuide to the World's Leading Mergers & Acquisitions Lawyers(2006, 2008, 2009)
•The Legal 500- Latin America (2013)