Investment Driven Due Diligence for International Mining Projects
October 7, 2020 at 9AM PDT, 10AM MDT, 11AM CDT, and Noon EDT
Simultaneous translation of the webinar to Spanish may be available. Inquire if interested.
Complimentary Registration! - Registration closes on October 6th at 3pm MDT
Companies pursuing investments in exploration and mining in foreign jurisdictions face the daunting front-end task of evaluating advisability and feasibility, often within the context of unfamiliar political, economic, and social regimes. In-house and outside counsel often assume the substantive burden of advising company management on issues such as fiscal and foreign investment laws, anti-corruption legislation, the equator principles, the existence and provisions of bilateral investment treaties, tax and tax stabilization issues, political and expropriation risks, and other considerations. This presentation will capture and summarize the major investment factor-driven due diligence requirements for pursuing projects in foreign jurisdictions and offer practical insights on the means of obtaining such international due diligence information. This panel of experienced practitioners will give their perspectives on these various requirements.
Brought to you by the Steering and Mining Committees of the next Special Institute on International Mining and Oil & Gas Law, Development, and Investment to be held in Mexico City in 2023
Michael Bourassa, Fasken, Chair
Elisabeth Eljuri, Independent Arbitrator and Energy Consultant, Vice Chair
David Allman, Edwards, Kenny & Bray, Mining Committee Co-Chair
Erik Goldsilver, Borden Ladner Gervais, Mining Committee Co-Chair
Cynthia Urda Kassis, Shearman & Sterling, Mining Committee Co-Chair
1.25 HOURS OF CLE AVAILABLE!