Bringing about increased efficiencies and standardisation
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.
Article by Covington & Burling LLP: The development of regulation and its impact on syndicated lending in Africa
On 15 February 2021, we published an article written by Steven Gamble, John Ahern and Kgabo Mashalane, of Covington & Burling LLP on The development of regulation and its impact on syndicated lending in Africa. This article considers the proliferation of such regulation with particular reference to the LMA suite of Africa and developing markets loan documentation.
Bringing together experts in their fields across the EMEA developing markets, this virtual conference will help participants understand not just the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, but also the underlying challenges and opportunities in these markets. With the opportunity to watch panel discussions with live speaker Q&A, take part in interactive debates and to network online with LMA members around the world, register now to secure your place.
LMA publishes note outlining LIBOR transition considerations for developing market, export finance, and pre-export finance documents
On 3 February 2021, we published a number of notes which outline, at a high level, considerations for market participants relating to the impact of LIBOR transition on LMA documentation outside of the context of English law investment grade documentation. We published an overview note and, amongst other separate notes, a note on developing markets, export finance and pre-export finance.