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Workshop on Structuring Legal Agreements for PPP and Concession Contracts

By: Human Capital Associates Global Consult Ltd

United Arab Emirates

22 - 26 Aug, 2022  5 days

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NGN 180,000

Venue: Grand Excelsior Hotel, Kuwait Road, Bur Dubai, Dubai, UAE

Other Dates

Venue Date Fee  
Lagos and Abuja, State, Nigeria 29 Aug - 02 Sep, 2022 NGN180000
Paradise Suites Hotel, 3, Paradise Beach Place, Bertil Harding Highway, Kololi, Serekunda, Gambia, Gambia 12 - 16 Sep, 2022 USD4000
Tenko Plaza Hotel, 22 Boundary Rd, East Legon, Accra, Ghana, Ghana 28 Nov - 02 Dec, 2022 USD4000

A well-structured contracts and legal agreements are at the heart of any successful public-private partnership (PPP) transaction. With sound agreements, PPPs and concessions can achieve the objectives set forth by governments. With poorly structured agreements, these partnerships have a higher likelihood of failing. With so much money at stake, it is imperative that time and money is well spent in designing good PPP and concession contracts. This program is designed for participants will learn best practices in creating, negotiating, and implementing sound PPP and concession contracts. Through the use of classroom presentations, case studies, and exercises, participants will have a deep understanding of the key elements of successful PPP and concession contracts, how risks are effectively allocated, mitigated, and how to develop negotiation skills that they can deploy as soon as they get back to their various organizations.

For Whom:

The course is designed for Legal officers from ministries, departments, and agencies, of government, Legal officers from PPP and privatization units, and investment agencies responsible for infrastructure development, PPP transaction advisors, legal counselors, and project developers, Legal officers from regulatory bodies.  Executive officers of bilateral and multilateral international development organizations will equally benefit from this program.

Learning Objectives:

  • At the end of this program, participants will be able to:
  • Structure and design of legal agreements for PPP infrastructure projects between public agencies and private investors
  • Identify all relevant project risks: engineering, financial, economic, design/build, political, and social
  • Analyze and review legal documents including concession, off take, and other types of PPP contracts and key financing agreements
  • Examine effective legal contracts within a regulatory framework
  • Identify how to take advantage of international best practices to design a best fit  personal or organizational negotiating position vis-á-vis international, local investors and partners
  • Develop effective negotiation strategies to reduce costs and delays in procurement and project implementation
  • Design a strategic legal agreement action plan
Grand Excelsior Hotel, Kuwait Road, Bur Dubai, Dubai, UAE Aug 22 - 26 Aug, 2022
Lagos and Abuja, State, Nigeria 29 Aug - 02 Sep, 2022
Paradise Suites Hotel, 3, Paradise Beach Place, Bertil Harding Highway, Kololi, Serekunda, Gambia, Gambia 12 - 16 Sep, 2022
Tenko Plaza Hotel, 22 Boundary Rd, East Legon, Accra, Ghana, Ghana 28 Nov - 02 Dec, 2022

Registration: 07:30:am - 09:00:am

Class Session: 09:00:am - 05:00:am

NGN 180,000.00(Discount available for group nomination)
USD 4,000.00(Foreign Participants)
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Philip Asije 08029170491, 08068933608, 08145745664, 08051365946

Group Discount Available
Dr. Nosike Agokei is a seasoned corporate manager, boardroom expert, legal practitioner, banker, Economist, Corporate Governance expert, Chartered Secretary, Arbitrator and a Chartered Accountant. He has diverse experience in banking, accounting, board practices, leadership and dynamics (including corporate governance, induction and board evaluation), legal, administration, human resources, strategy, corporate and public affairs, and taxation, covering over thirty years. He holds the degrees of B.Sc Economics, LLB, BL, M.Sc Economics and a Doctorate Degree. He is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (FCA); a member of the Institute of Directors, a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries & Administrators of London, United Kingdom (FCIS); a member, Chartered Institute of Taxation (ACTI); a fellow, Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (FCIB); and a fellow, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, UK (FCIArb). He is currently a Legal, Management Consultant and Facilitator to several organizations in Nigeria and abroad (in the past and presently), including the African Development Bank, Abidjan, Cote D’Ivoire and at their offices all over Africa, the Institute of Directors, the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria and the Institute of Chartered Secretaries & Administrators of Nigeria. He has undertaken management consulting projects for a couple of organizations in Nigeria, Kenya, Tunisia, the United Kingdom and Ghana.Abosede Eniola Ogundimu – CMS(UK), FIMC, CMC, ACIS, LLM, BL (Hons.), LLB(Hons.) - Former Contract Manager – Raw/Packaging Materials, Nigerian Breweries Plc. Currently Legal, Corporate and Regulatory Affairs Manager for a holding company which consist of FMCG Distributions Ltd, Stellar Beverages Ltd and West African Tobacco Company Ltd.Ms. Ogundimu has worked and obtained expertise in legal services, manufacturing, agro-allied, agriculture, banking; food, beverage and tobacco, oil and gas. Her Key skills and experience include negotiation; legal advisory; mediation; advocacy; property, land and conveyancing transactions, corporate secretaryship; corporate governance; corporate administration; internal audits and reviews; compliance audits and reviews; contract negotiation, review, drafting and management. She is a fellow of the Institute of Management Consultants and Associate member of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators of Nigeria. Member of: Nigerian Bar Association; International Bar Association (IBA); Product Law and Advertising Committee of the Legal Practice Division of the IBA; African Regional Forum of the IBA; Women Lawyers’ Interest Group of the Public and Professional Interest Division of the IBA; Institute of Internal Auditors; and International Association of Risk and Compliance Professionals.She is a contributing author to ICSAN’s journal of Corporate Governance and Administration and a tutor at two of ICSAN’s study centres. Her motto: when life throws at you lemons, don’t make lemonade. Make a refreshing new beverage!She will join others to share her experience on this program.