International Project Finance and Public-Private Partnerships. A Legal Guide to Key Growth Markets 2013
International Project Finance and PPPs: A Legal Guide to Key Growth Markets provides a summary of the key legal issues relevant to PPP and project financing in strategic growth markets. Each summary is prepared by top rated legal practices, with extensive experience in commercial and financial law, and at the forefront of PPP and project finance in their respective jurisdictions. The legal issues addressed highlight the most fundamental legal concerns that investors will have with the enabling environment when contemplating a PPP in a growth market, for example:
- asset ownership;
- tariff and regulatory regimes;
- penalty regimes;
- corporate structures;
- foreign ownership restrictions;
- dispute resolution mechanisms; and
- the creation of security rights.
The sixteen countries represented were selected for their current pipeline of projects and their growth potential. They are Brazil, Chile, China, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Nigeria, Romania, Russia, South Korea, Tanzania, Turkey, Uganda, UAE, the USA, and Vietnam.
This guide offers investors, lenders, consultants and Governments a practical, accessible and substantive resource, a survey of applicable law at your fingertips. It is an essential tool for companies, funds, investment vehicles and the like who invest in PPPs and project finance structures, and the banks, financial institutions, and funds that finance them. It is also a useful guide for Governments and their advisers when looking to improve their investment climate for PPPs and project finance, helping to understand what other Governments are doing to attract investors and make these projects more accessible.
As an annual manual, this guide will be updated each year with latest information and additional countries.
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Chapter 1 Introduction to Public-Private Partnerships
Chapter 2 Introduction to Project Finance
Chapter 3 Local Legal Issues
Chapter 4 Brazil Thomas Benes Felsberg, Maria da Graça de Brito Vianna Pedretti, Andréa de Sousa Machado, Felsberg, Pedretti e Mannrich Advogados e Consultores Legais
Chapter 5 Chile F. Patricia Núñez, F. Sebastián Quijada & Carolina Benito Kelley Nuñez, Muñoz & Cía. Ltda. Abogados
Chapter 6 China Matthew McKee & Aldo Settimio Boni de Nobili Hwuason & Lehman, Lee & Xu
Chapter 7 Egypt Ahmed El Sharkawy, Sharkawy & Sarhan Law Firm
Chapter 8 India Cyril Shroff & Alice George, Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A. Shroff & Co.
Chapter 9 Indonesia Emir Kusumaatmadja, Justin M. Patrick & Suci Modjo, Mochtar Karuwin Komar
Chapter 10 Nigeria Adedolapo Akinrele, Zelda Odidison & Jumoke Onigbogi, F.O. Akinrele & Co.
Chapter 11 Romania Mona Muşat, Alina Badea, Cristina Mihălăchioiu & Crina Dănilă, Musat & Asociatii Attorneys at Law
Chapter 12 Russia Andrei Baev, Veronika Kondruseva & Elena Popova, Allen & Overy LLP
Chapter 13 South Korea Young Kyun Cho & Seong Soo Kim, Kim & Chang
Chapter 14 Tanzania Wilbert Basilius Kapinga, Joy Hadji Alliy & Nasra Hassan, Mkono & Co.
Chapter 15 Turkey H. Tolga Danışman, Itır Sevim Çiftçi, Hakkı Gedik, M. Kemal Mamak & Senemİşmen, Hergüner Bilgen Özeke Attorney Partnership
Chapter 16 Uganda Joseph B. Luswata, Nicholas Ecimu, Julius Ojok, Munanura Andrew Kamuteera & Brenda Judith Kyokwijuka, Sebalu & Lule Advocates and Legal Consultant
Chapter 17 United Arab Emirates David Wadham & Mhairi Main Garcia, Ashurst LLP
Chapter 18 United States Allan T. Marks & Eric F. Silverman with contributions from Alexander K. Borisoff, Caroline Conway, Henry T. Scott & Amy E. Turner, Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP
Chapter 19 Vietnam David Harrison & Bui Thanh Tien, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Vietnam
List of Country Codes