Developing Markets

Bringing about increased efficiencies and standardisation

Developing Markets

Developing markets offer great opportunities as global dynamics shift, demand for their resources increases and new technologies evolve. At the LMA, we seek to bring about increased efficiencies and standardisation in developing markets, whilst educating our members about the opportunities and challenges they may face when operating in these regions.

Latest News

Equator Principles Association extends implementation of EP4 by three months

The Equator Principles Association has announced that, given the ongoing practical challenges caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the implementation period for the Equator Principles 4 (EP4) has been extended by three months. All Equator Principles Financial Institutions (EPFIs) must now implement EP4 by 1 October 2020.

Developing Markets Quarterly Bulletin - May 2020

Information on: LMA's response to Covid-19; podcast on the implications of Covid-19 on DM jurisdictions as well as other key trends and challenges; LMA Developing Markets Conference; update to LMA Facility Agreements; Documentation Automation Project; webinars, spotlights, snapshots; as well as key legal and regulatory news, briefings and market insights.

LMA Developing Markets Conference POSTPONED

In light of developments in relation to Coronavirus (Covid-19), we will be postponing our Developing Markets Conference. We are of the view that going ahead with this particular event given the current situation is not in the best interests of the participants. We will update you once a new date is confirmed.

Video Content

Spotlight on the LMA ECA Buyer Credit Facility Agreement

Clare Dawson, Chief Executive - LMA and Massimo Schirò, Legal Affairs Director - SACE

Snapshot on outlook for the developing markets

Nick Tostivin and Bevis Metcalfe, Partners - Baker McKenzie

Introduction to the LMA ECA Buyer Credit Facility

Ashley McDermott, Senior Associate and Leonard Cleland, Partner - Clifford Chance


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