Upcoming Courses

End September 2020
COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Act – its scope and implications for lenders [Webinar] (pending IBF-accreditation)

 

About The Course

This course introduces the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Act and its impact on existing legal rights and covers:

  1. The relevant provisions of the Act and their effects.
  2. Options available for enforcement while the Act is in force.
  3. The rights and obligations of respective contracting parties after the specified period under the Act ends.
  4. Case Study discussion, setting out how a contract may be characterised as falling within the ambit of the Act.

Intended For

This course is intended for private bankers, corporate bankers, lenders and debt originators, legal and compliance professionals from banks and FIs, alternative, distressed and special assets investors.

Registration opens on 24 August 2020.

4Q2020
Rescue Financing – a primer for finance professionals [Webinar] (pending IBF-accreditation)

 

About The Course

This course introduces rescue financing to finance professionals in banks, financial institutions and distressed and special asset funds.

The course will cover:

  1. Introduction to the rescue financing regime under sections 64 and 101 of the Insolvency, Restructuring and Dissolution Act 2018 (“Insolvency Act”).
  2. Who can apply for rescue financing.
  3. Definition of rescue financing under the Insolvency Act.
  4. Different levels of super-priority that may be afforded under the rescue financing regime.
  5. Requirements for obtaining rescue financing order.
  6. Key considerations for rescue lenders.
  7. Strategies for rescue lenders.
  8. Process for implementing a rescue financing deal.
  9. Case study of the rescue financing deal in the restructuring of the Design Studio Group

Intended For

This course is intended for private bankers, corporate bankers, lenders and debt originators, legal and compliance professionals from banks and FIs, alternative, distressed and special assets investors.

Registration opens on 14 September 2020.