Clifford Chance Luxembourg hosted its 13th Annual Funds Conference on Thursday 2 June 2022. Experts from our global network covered key legal, regulatory and tax developments impacting funds and investment managers and discussed the entailing challenges and opportunities for the industry.
Clifford Chance's derivatives experts joined ISDA's annual general meeting and hosted 30-minute briefings to summarise all the key themes discussed by keynote speakers, regulators and market participants in the financial markets. Our panellists from across our global network shared their observations on the major topics affecting the financial markets, including LIBOR transition, ESG, digitalisation, Covid and financial stability.
Our global panel of Financial Regulation experts explored the regulations that financial institutions are facing in the context of the risks arising in the post-Covid, post-Brexit era. The panellists from our market-leading Global Financial Regulation practice provided regional perspectives from the UK, Europe, Asia and the US.
In this seminar Clifford Chance and the International Trade & Forfaiting Association (ITFA) explored the new UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement and the blueprint for future relations between the bloc and the United Kingdom. Economists and lawyers drew out the costs, looked at where opportunities might lie and how the agreement works with particular reference to trade finance.
This webinar focused on managing and growing business in a highly uncertain climate whilst mitigating new and rapidly evolving ESG risks. Our panel shared insights from across Europe to help companies achieve their strategic objectives.
IBA in association with Clifford Chance LLP offered a free virtual masterclass on managing defaults and repossessions.
As renewable power technologies become increasingly cost-competitive with traditional power generation, government subsidies for renewables are rapidly diminishing.This represents a fresh challenge to developers, co-investors and their lenders, as income from indexed subsidies is replaced by income from variable market power prices. At this event, Clifford Chance Partner, James Pay and Marcus Peech, Associate Director at JLL considered whether corporate power purchase agreements can and will provide the answer.