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  • Corporate Finance Deals 2016 Conference

    Redcliffe Training Associates Ltd

    London

    This Corporate Finance Deals 2016 Conference will take place in London in February / March 2016. A diverse range of technical topics will be presented by invited industry experts (Corporate Finance, legal, investment banks, advisory).

    Redcliffe has sponsorship opportunities available for this conference. If your company is interested or if you would like more information, please email us on: enquiries@redcliffetraining.co.uk

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  • 9 March 2015

    Rights & Remedies for Minority Shareholders

    MBL Seminars Limited

    London

    Course Level: Intermediate Introduction The seminar covers the principal rights of minority shareholders and the means by which they might seek to articulate them. Alongside a review of the wider rights enjoyed by minority sh...

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  • 9 March 2015

    Shares & Share Capital After the Companies Act 2006

    MBL Seminars Limited

    Belfast

    Course Level: Intermediate Introduction The final provisions of the Companies Act 2006 are now in force. The Act makes extensive change to the rules on shares and share capital; out with the old (authorised capital),...

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  • 10 March 2015

    Avoiding the Most Commonly Litigated Areas in Commercial Contracts

    MBL Seminars Limited

    Manchester

    Course Level: Intermediate Introduction This seminar aims to provide contract and commercial lawyers with practical advice on how to tackle the most common and difficult problems that arise in relation to commercial contracts...

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  • 10 March 2015

    Commercial Law Update

    MBL Seminars Limited

    London

    Course Level: Update Introduction This extensive course gives commercial lawyers a complete update of all the latest legal developments. It will be invaluable for private practice lawyers and in-house counsel alike. It aims t...

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  • 10 March 2015

    Structuring & Documentation Issues in Project Finance

    Redcliffe Training Associates Ltd

    London

    Project financing is at heart a form of secured lending albeit one which offers a unique set of challenges to all stakeholders. The obvious risks are amplified by high levels of gearing and limited or non-recourse nature typical of project financing.

    A subtler, but often under-appreciated, risk arises from the multi-dimensional nature of the project finance which flows from the myriad of parties required to design, finance, approve, complete and operate the project. This aspect elevates the importance of the legal/contractual framework a factor acknowledged by S&P which has defined project finance as “a group of agreements and contracts between lenders, project sponsors, and other interested parties that creates a form of business organization that will issue a finite amount of debt on inception; will operate in a focused line of business; and will ask that lenders look only to a specific asset to generate cash flow as the sole source of principal and interest payments and collateral.”

    This programme is aimed at Lawyers and other professionals who are involved in project finance and infrastructure deals and who need to understand the core principles, key legal issues and techniques encountered in structuring robust project financings.

    The programme focuses on the major commercial and legal issues that arise in the key legal documents that weld the project together as well as other critical aspects that encompass most if not all these agreements; for example, choosing the most appropriate Legal Structure/Vehicle for the project; assessing the integrity of the legal environment of the deal (e.g. Host country and Governing Law).

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  • 11 March 2015

    UK Listing, Disclosure and Transparency Rules Seminar

    London Stock Exchange

    London

    A practical half day seminar focusing on the latest regulatory changes, trends, developments and best practice delivered by senior representatives from leading advisory and consultancy firms and primary listed companies.

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  • 12 March 2015

    Advanced Takeover Code: Current Strategies & Tactics

    Redcliffe Training Associates Ltd

    London

    Course Overview:

    This course covers key rules in the Takeover Code that regulate takeovers and the bid strategies and tactics that are used in the current marketplace.

    The update to the Takeover Code in September 2011 has changed the tactical advantage that possible bidders have had in takeovers and the course considers the numerous effects this has had on bidder and target strategies.

    Participants will learn how takeovers are conducted from the initial stages to the completion or lapsing of the bid and will gain an understanding of which strategies and tactics have and which have not worked, with examples from many recent deals.

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  • 12 March 2015 - 13 March 2015

    Advanced Trade Finance

    Redcliffe Training Associates Ltd

    Londno

    Course Overview:

    International Trade has always been the engine for global economic growth and is playing an ever important role, as new powerful economies emerge, shifting the balance of trade influence from the traditional wealth creators to new regions and economies.

    This advanced course will provide delegates who are already familiar with or are working in a trade finance environment, with an insight into the more complex trade finance techniques that are becoming more common.

    Much of complex International Trade is either misunderstood or undervalued mainly because the terminology and practices seem difficult and confusing to master. This course will completely de-bunk this misconception and will leave delegates with a clear and working knowledge of how trade is undertaken at its most complex level.

    It will show what actually happens and just how profitable this section of a bank’s business can be. It will also suggest methods of handling problems when things go wrong.

    At the end, all delegates will have a clear and full understanding of exactly how complex trade takes place across the globe at an advanced level.

    A good working knowledge and familiarity with International Trade finance is required to derive the maximum benefit from this course.

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  • 13 March 2015

    Advanced Negotiation Issues in M&A - The Critical Commercial Aspects Impacting on Deal Value

    Redcliffe Training Associates Ltd

    London

    Course Overview:

    This programme is aimed at those with a working knowledge of the M&A process.

    The simplistic view of M&AAA is that it’s a bilateral process between buyers and sellers. Experience practitioners understand it is a far more organic process which involves multilateral negotiations between Buyers/Sellers on the one hand and their respective advisers on the other hand (fee negotiations being the most important). Additionally, parties need to be aware of the negotiating issues that arise in parallel negotiations between the parties own advisers themselves (e.g. accountants debating the completion accounts, lawyers the SPA).

    This programme focuses on negotiating the key commercial aspects of the transaction which impact value for both buyer and seller and on creating the right framework and strategy for enhancing value to the seller or retaining value for the buyer. Part of this is understanding the internal politics of handling each side.

    The programme is divided into two parts. The first part focuses on the soft negotiating issues which are common to most deals. The second part focuses on the legal, accounting and technical areas where the real value can be gained or lost; particularly completion mechanisms (completion accounts and locked box), the cash free-debt free and working capital adjustment, structuring the consideration, handling management and value leakage through the reps, warranties, disclosure and indemnities.

    Warranty or Gap insurance, long seen as an expensive and cosmetic solution has experienced a new lease of life over the past few years, especially buyer insurance which has developed into a cost-effective solution for bridging warranty issues.

    Please note that this course covers material that is also covered on the Sale & Purchase Agreements course.

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