We will present recent IBOR transition updates regarding loans, derivatives and regulatory issues and discuss some key risks and challenges in regards to disputes.
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Webinar: Energy Academy & Projects Academy
Join Norton Rose Fulbright's experts as they consider how the LIBOR transition will impact the project finance market.
Webinar Recording: Environmental, Social & Governance issues in the Middle East
We will be discussing how guidelines, such as the Equator Principles, help spur the development of ESG management practices across the region, from the perspectives of both lenders and borrowers.
Webinar Recording: Directors’ duties and liabilities: Perspectives from the Middle East, Turkey & India
A candid discussion across several key regions, including Turkey, of key issues, duties, potential liabilities and exposures of which company directors must be aware.
Webinar: Managing Cyber Risks in Turbulent Times
As work places continue to digitize, it is essential for corporates and stakeholders to be at the leading edge of the cyber risk curve.
Webinar Recording: The United States and Turkey - Behind the Headlines
Norton Rose Fulbright hosted a special webinar session focusing on US-Turkey relations now and in the aftermath of the COVID-19 crisis.
Webinar recording: IBOR transition: Disputes risks - part 2
London partner Harriet Jone-Fenleigh for part 2 of the "IBOR transition: Disputes risks" webinar series where she discusses how to deal with those tough legacy transactions.
Webinar Recording: Uncertain times - The role of international financial institutions
Join us on Monday, May 4, 2020, at 19:00 TT/17:00 CET to hear from senior representatives of leading IFIs about their institutions’ evolving and developing response strategies.
Webinar recording: IBOR transition: Disputes risks - part 1
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Webinar: A Twofold Challenge to the Energy Industry: COVID-19 and Low Commodity Prices
Join us Thursday, March 19, 2020, for a webinar focused upon the legal implications of these two major disruptors for US energy companies.