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  • 1 September 2015

    Corporate Data Protection & Information Security: The Hot Topics

    MBL Seminars Limited

    London

    Course Level: Intermediate Introduction Data protection and information security have truly moved from the backroom to the boardroom as corporate issues. At the same time, the law and guidance in these areas are undergoing a...

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  • 3 September 2015

    Drafting Sports Image Rights Agreements A Masterclass

    MBL Seminars Limited

    London

    Course Level: Intermediate Introduction Sports Image Rights are a significant and lucrative part of the sports marketing mix. Certain sports icons earn more off the field of play than on it through the commercial exploitation...

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  • 3 September 2015

    Foundations of Confiscation Law

    MBL Seminars Limited

    London

    Course Level: Introduction Introduction This seminar provides the ideal foundations necessary for a thorough grounding in confiscation law. It assumes little prior knowledge and approaches the topic afresh building up the pri...

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  • 3 September 2015

    Loan Documentation and Security

    Redcliffe Training Associates Ltd

    London

    Course Overview:

    This course provides a full coverage of all of the important aspects of lending. It sets the scene by explaining the banks approach to lending, the roles of the key departments in the bank and the key documents in the process.

    The programme then proceeds to discuss where to focus in analysing the loan and examines the key commercial terms in the loan and security documents from the perspective of both the lender and the borrower. Reference is made to established case law (Spectrum) and to recent cases, such as Stabilus and Urvasco and their relevance to key clauses and aspects.

    Whilst Loan Market Association precedents are widely used as a point of departure for loans throughout Europe, there are a number of key clauses which are left “blank” for negotiation, in particular the various “permitted” baskets which need to be tailored on a case by case basis. Furthermore, syndicated (and club) loans raise additional issues which are not relevant in bilateral loans, such as voting thresholds and transfer restrictions.

    In view of the standardised approach to lending across Europe, the course is presented so that it has a pan-European relevance.

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  • 3 September 2015

    The Latest on Confiscation - A Masterclass

    MBL Seminars Limited

    London

    Course Level: Advanced Introduction This is an advanced level seminar covering the latest topics in confiscation law. All recent Court of Appeal authorities will be considered and put into the context of a practical approach...

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  • 4 September 2015

    Drafting LPAs for Business

    MBL Seminars Limited

    London

    Course Level: Intermediate Introduction This course considers commercial lasting powers of attorney and is aimed at solicitors and accountants who advise SMEs and small business owners. If your client becomes incapac...

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  • 4 September 2015

    Intercreditor Agreements in Leveraged Transactions

    Redcliffe Training Associates Ltd

    London

    Course Overview:

    Intercreditor agreements have assumed increasing importance over the past few years. The evolution of laminated structures prior to the credit crisis, initially comprising senior and mezzanine and later, now nascent, 2nd Lien loans, forced these arrangements into sharp relief. Inevitably the increase in 
    financial distress flushed out the numerous issues in the prevailing arrangements in a raft of landmark cases (e.g. European Directories, Stabilus, Trimast and IMO Carwash).

    The market responded with the introduction of the LMA Intercreditor precedent in 2009 seeking to codify the market approach which, largely, had remained uniform prior to the crisis. Stung by a series of reverses in IMO and other cases, RBS Worldpay represented the first real effort by mezzanine lenders to redress the balance of power and may well have led to the publication of a revised LMA Intercreditor in 2012. This sought to address some of these issues, particularly valuation and the duties of the Agent vis-a-vis the mezzanine.

    The LMA was always designed as a point of departure and its role has, to some extent, been undermined by the wave of bifurcated pari Loan / Bond structures which have gained traction over the last few years. These structures embrace a raft of variations; super senior RCF / senior secured bonds either on their own 
    or together with junior secured 2nd Lien Notes (e.g Voyage) and/or junior unsecured notes (e.g Perstorp). Additionally, since late 2012, the market has also witnessed the resurrection of PIK Notes which have introduced additional complexity. These structures, and particularly the rise of senior secured notes 
    (which historically were generally junior unsecured instruments in Europe), have created intercreditor tensions which were never envisaged by the LMA precedents.

    Despite this, the issues inherent in intercreditor arrangements are, to a large extent, similar in all cases. This programme seeks to focus on the main issues in both traditional senior Loan/ Mezz structures and also reviews the problems facing the market in the pari Loan / Bond structures in both corporate deals (e.g. Virgin) and sponsored transactions.

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  • 4 September 2015

    Management Accountant to Finance Director - Module 1: The Journey to Finance Director - the Essential Context

    BPP Professional Education

    London

    Introduction You've made, or are just about to make, the crucial step from accountant to a senior finance professional such as financial controller or director. In order to succeed at this level you need strong interpersonal skills - techni...

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  • 4 September 2015

    SRA Renewals 2015 - Material Breaches & More

    MBL Seminars Limited

    London

    Course Level: Update Introduction Regulated law firms are obliged to notify the SRA of material breaches, and ABS are obliged to notify of all breaches. However the guidance on how and when to notify has been piecemeal, parti...

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  • 4 September 2015

    The Duty Solicitor - At the Police Station & In the Magistrates Court

    MBL Seminars Limited

    London

    Course Level: Intermediate Introduction This course will cover all the issues relevant to law, practice and procedure in the police station and at the Magistrates' Court, thereby satisfying the contractual requirement that Du...

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