Alexander is an Infrastructure Projects and Energy partner based in our Dubai office. Alexander advises sovereigns, utilities, financial institutions, industry, regional and international development banks, specialised funds, sponsors and project developers on transactional, corporate and regulatory matters. His expertise spans across a wide range of sectors including energy, oil and gas, infrastructure projects, project finance as well as trade related matters with a focus on emerging markets and Africa.
Alexander is a German-trained and qualified lawyer (Rechtsanwalt), admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales, and has a Masters in Law in International and European Business Law (summa cum laude). Alexander is a member of the Advisory Council of the US Government’s Millennium Challenge Corporation since October 2016 and is an advisor to the Dii – Desertec renewable energy initiative North Africa and Middle East.
Prior to joining Addleshaw Goddard, Alexander headed the Africa and Middle East energy and infrastructure practice for US-headquartered international law firm and prior to that was responsible for the East Africa business of one of the world's largest international law firms. Alexander lived in Germany, the US, The UK, Tanzania and the U.A.E (Dubai).