We are committed to helping our clients stay ahead of legal and market trends and hold regular seminars, training and events at our offices around the globe.
Please see below for further details of our various seminar programmes held globally.
This programme, held in London, addresses a wide range of topical issues for financial institutions. Each seminar is held at our offices in Canary Wharf on Tuesday evenings and is repeated in the City on Wednesday mornings. Online videos are also available. If you are a client of the firm and would like to be added to the mailing list, please contact the Perspectives team.
This programme, held in our Frankfurt office, addresses a wide range of topical issues for financial institutions. For further details, please contact Raúl Markos
This programme, held in our New York office, addresses a wide range of topical issues for financial institutions. For further details, please contact Katrina Grimm.
This programme, held in our Hong Kong office, uses case studies and practical examples to show how legal changes will affect our clients' business. For further details, please contact the Hong Kong seminar team.
Our global webinars are a live audio-visual broadcast that enable our clients to take part in a discussion on a particular topic and receive answers from our specialists live. All our webinars are available online either live or after the event.
For further details, please contact Hermione Cox.
Clifford Chance collaborates with academics at leading Universities. We regularly invite them to speak to us on areas of mutual interest.
We have a new series of events – The Academic Series – designed for people with a particular interest in the academic aspects of the law which showcases our academic connections. Each session will be held at Clifford Chance's offices in London.
If you are a client of the firm and would like to be added to the distribution list so you are invited to future events in The Academic Series, please click here to subscribe.
Experts from our Global Construction Group and our Latin America Group will cover key construction-related topics and recent market trends, including the following:
- Comparison of EPC structuring/risk allocation for affiliated and non-affiliated contractors
- Flow-down of liabilities and entitlements
- Liquidated and other damages
- Caps and carve-outs
- Warranty terms and periods
- Termination triggers and remedies
- On-demand bonds vs. performance bond/insurance vs. other forms of support
- Key construction bankability issues and recent trends in Latin America
Contact: If you require any further information, please contact Bibi Hernandez
We are please to invite you to AIMA's Navigating Private Placements event, hosted by Clifford Chance, a full-day conference focusing on marketing and private placement requirements in key fundraising jurisdictions globally.
Although private placement regimes have not changed as drastically in the last three years as they did between 2011 and 2014, most regimes have continued to evolve in subtle and some not so subtle ways. Overall fundraising remains a challenge globally.
This conference will include updates on the requirements applicable to private placements (and some other types of fundraising) in key fundraising jurisdictions around the world. Please join us for this one day event at which expert industry panelists will discuss the practical aspects of raising capital in various countries.
Countries and topics covered*:
- Hong Kong
- Middle East
- Marketing by UK based subsidiaries and BREXIT
- Marketing to US Pension Plans
* Subject to change
Date: Monday, March 20, 2017
Venue: Clifford Chance, 31 West 52nd Street, 4th Floor Conference Center, New York, NY 10019
8:30am: Registration & refreshments
9:05am: Presentation & panel sessions
5:00pm: Drinks reception
RSVP: Please click here to register for this seminar.