Jo En Low is a private equity/M&A lawyer specializing in acting for private equity and other financial investors as well as international corporates and utilities in the renewable energy space. She advises clients throughout the life cycle of a fund-owned business, namely investment, management and exit. Jo En has led a number of market-leading cross-border transactions in Africa, the Middle East, Europe and the UK, such as the establishment of fund-owned renewable energy platforms; the structuring and development of renewable energy projects (including shareholder, consortium and other partnership arrangements); and the acquisition and disposal of fund-owned portfolios of renewable energy assets.
Jo En also advises clients on ESG and human rights matters, including the incorporation of such considerations into investment decision-making processes, supply chain contracts and joint venture agreements, as well as facilitating the effective management of actual and potential ESG/human rights impacts associated with business operations around the world. She also regularly advises on the UK Modern Slavery Act and other related corporate governance matters.
Her experience includes secondments to ENGIE (formerly GDF SUEZ), as well as the Paris and Abu Dhabi/Dubai offices of a Magic Circle firm.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jo En Low