About Bo

Bo Harvey is a member of Stoel Rives’ Energy Development practice and represents energy clients and financial institutions in connection with a wide variety of matters. He concentrates his practice on assisting clients with various stages of project financing, development and acquisition, as well as negotiating hedging structures and offtake arrangements. Bo also counsels clients on regulatory issues related to the Dodd-Frank Act and Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulations.

Earlier in his career, Bo worked in California and New York for international law firms and as assistant general counsel for an alternative asset manager. In those roles he advised clients on a variety of swaps, trading agreements, physical and financial commodity transactions, and related regulatory matters.

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  • Representation of solar developers in the acquisition, development and sale of solar energy generation projects throughout the U.S.
  • Representation of an alternative asset manager with over $30 billion AUM on various futures and trading agreements, real-estate related swaps, and Dodd-Frank compliance matters.
  • Representation of private equity investment consisting of equity and mezzanine debt in a company designing custom power and energy storage solutions.
  • Negotiation of offtake arrangements in connection with solar projects generating LCFS credits.
  • Representation of multinational corporations and financial institutions in the entry into ISDA Master Agreements and a variety of physically-settled and cash-settled hedging and swap transactions.
  • Representation of energy industry participants in structuring offtake and hedging arrangements for renewable energy projects.
  • Advising end-users and financial entities on Dodd-Frank Act rules, including Title VII swap and security-based swap rule implementation, as well as compliance with ISDA protocols and CFTC/SEC requirements.
  • Representation of banks and hedge funds on a variety of commodity- and equity-linked structured note programs.
  • Negotiating physical gas and power transactions under NAESB and EEI Master Agreements.
  • Representation of financial institutions on accelerated share repurchase transactions and other equity buyback programs.
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