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Tuesday, 13 February 2024 - 1.00pm
Location: 
Faculty of Law, B16

Speaker: Professor Paul Deemer (Vanderbilt Law School)

Abstract: This lecture will focus on the development and project financing of large international infrastructure projects, and will cover –

  • What is “project finance” and what is not? How does a “project financing” differ from other types of financing?
  • Why is project finance used on large infrastructure projects? What is “leverage,” and why is that important?
  • What legal structures and documents are commonly used in project financings?
  • Who are the participants in a project financing? What are their roles?
  • What is the role of the lawyer? Why should a new lawyer be familiar with project finance?

In discussing these issues, the speaker will draw on his experience representing clients on projects in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

3CL runs the 3CL Travers Smith Lunchtime Seminar Series, featuring leading academics from the Faculty, and high-profile practitioners.

 

Enquiries to: 3cl@law.cam.ac.uk

Centre for Corporate and Commercial Law

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