This course is the follow on to our ever popular Documenting International Bond & Debt Issues training programme that has run for more than ten years. On this course you will examine a substantial range of clauses needed by every international lawyer when involved in a bond & debt transaction. By analysing each in-depth, you will gain practical experience in negotiating negative pledge clauses and structuring a secured transaction.
The course will consist of a series of lectures and workshops that will provide a practical insight into dealing with the documentation of bond & debt transactions. You will leave the course with all the essential tools needed to do your job with maximum effect having been guided through the details of such a transaction.
Why you should attend:
Participants attending this course will:
- Learn to negotiate a negative pledge
- Examine default and enforcement clauses
- Review termination clauses
- Understand COMI and why it matters
- Grasp the relevance of choice of law and jurisdiction
- Review recent developments in the nature of disclosure and disclaimers
- Gain a thorough understanding of secured transactions
Who should attend:
- Lawyers in financial institutions
- Bankers concerned with international bond & debt offerings and particularly with documentation issues
- Regulatory affairs and compliance officers
- Lawyers in private practice with clients involved in international offerings
- Lawyers working for issuers of international bond and debt, including corporations, governments and supra-national agencies
|Hotel in Central London, London, United Kingdom
||Sep 29 - 30 Sep, 2014
The course instructor is a solicitor with over 15 years’ experience in structured finance and capital markets in London and Paris. She has worked at Norton Rose, Cadwalder and Gide Loyrette Nouel, and has advised on numerous European bond, MTN and commercial paper offerings. She is currently a senior member of the debtXplained team which provides market focused reviews and information on high yield transactions, led by Stephen Mostyn-Williams.