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Norton Rose Fulbright Jhb: Protecting your guarantee document in cross border finance transactions

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2017

Wed

30

Aug

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2017

Wed

30

Aug

Presenter:
Brian Shonubi –Director: Banking and Finance (Africa)

Venue: Norton Rose Fulbright, Sandton

Guarantees (and indemnities) are often a central part of cross border finance transactions whether it be corporate syndicated lending, project finance or structured trade and commodity finance.  After execution, the document is usually forgotten until there is a problem – but will it still be valid when needed?  We explore some of the things to keep in mind when drafting a guarantee and maintaining its integrity throughout the life of the transaction.

Please join us for a discussion to understand more about this.

Registration from 12:45, the seminar commences at 13:00 and ends at 14:00.

The seminar is free to attend and parking is available on site.

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Underwriting Slip:

A written précis of the contract terms and conditions shown to an underwriter when a risk is offered. It is often referred to as a slip.
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