The Project Finance Law Review - 5th Edition

The Project Finance Law Review - 5th Edition

Pages: 260

ISBN: 978-1-80449-174-4

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The Project Finance Law Review provides a living guide to project finance worldwide. Updated on a regular basis, it tackles the core project finance concepts that every practitioner needs to understand – covering the most salient legal and commercial issues while also addressing key emerging trends and topics.

In this book:

  • Editor's Preface
    Adrian Lawrence
    Ashurst LLP

Part I Project Components

  • Government Investment Agreements, Concessions and Permits
  • Lenders’ Relationships with Project Counterparties

    Part II Financing Sources

    • Bond Markets and Debt Placements
    • Commercial Lenders
    • Government Funding
    • Multilateral Lenders and Regional Development Banks
    • Export Credit Agencies and Insurers
    • Islamic Finance

    Part III Collateral and Guarantees

    • Typical Security Arrangements for a Single-Source Project Financing: A Spanish Perspective
    • Completion Guarantees

    Part IV Selected Risk Considerations and Mitigation

    • Counterparty Risk
    • Dispute Resolution and Conflict of Laws Risks
    • Social Responsibility Risk

    Part V Jurisdictions

    • Argentina
    • Brazil
    • Colombia
    • Kuwait
    • Portugal
    • South Africa
    • United Kingdom
    • Uruguay
    • Uzbekistan

      Adrian Lawrence, Ashurst LLP

      Adrian is a partner in Ashurst’s international projects group in London. Adrian specialises in the development and financing of energy, resource, power and infrastructure assets, with a particular focus on the financing of complex multi-sourced projects in emerging markets. He has gained broad experience advising sponsors, lenders (including export credit agencies, development banks and other financial institutions) across a diverse range of jurisdictions, particularly in the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Currently based in London, he has previously practised in Moscow, Hong Kong, Beijing and Doha. Adrian is admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales and Hong Kong, and as an attorney in New York.