[Sponsored] Benefit from a high-level focus on innovative project financing, private equity financing and M&A structuring for resource investment at the IFLR Africa Forum. It will focus on the laws, regulations and transactions surrounding Africa’s natural resources and provide strategies for managing governmental nationalism, raising finance for projects, infrastructure opportunities and M&A/PE transactions. It will also cover legal issues from discovery of the resources and extraction to transport and corporate acquisitions.
The International Financial Law Review conference is on 20 May at The Waldorf in central London. The 2012 and 2013 events each attracted over 250 participants and very positive feedback. Meet senior in-house counsel, heads of emerging markets and senior partners to maintain a strategic focus on African deals and new financial regulations. Attendees will include top banks, regulators and corporates from UK, Europe and Africa.
Benefits of attending:
• Learn how to structure international debt for African borrowers and make African project finance bankable
• Stabilize agreements with governments for the length of a concession and protect from renegotiation and new laws
• Compliance with international anti-corruption regimes
• Practical tips for mitigating risks in African infrastructure (includes rail, road and airports)
• Focus on oil and gas, including contracts, balancing government interests and profits, and update on the Nigerian Petroleum Industry Bill
• Debate private equity and M&A opportunities in Africa
• Hear about local capital markets providing domestic options
• Learn the importance of negotiating well on free carry, royalties and taxes
• 6 CPD/CLE points.
Confirmed speakers include Tim Odell (Citigroup), David Turley (Bank of New York Mellon), Ian Cogswell (Natixis), Daniel Whitehead (Citigroup), Amol Prabhu (Barclays), Brian Marcus (Standard Chartered Bank), Barthelemy Faye (Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton), Calvin Walker (Baker & McKenzie), Gavin Davies (Herbert Smith Freehills), Mouhamed Kebe (Geni & Khebe), Faizal Jusob (Couto, Graca & Associados), and David Ofosu-Dorte (AB & David).
International Financial Legal Review is the market-leading financial law publication for lawyers specializing in international finance and was first published in 1982.
In-house counsel, bank counsel, fund managers and academics attend for FREE. Private practice, consultants and service providers who are readers of AfricanCapitalMarketsNews save £200 for a special rate of £795 + VAT – QUOTE ACM20. To register your interest, contact Alicia Sprott on firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 20 7779 8334.