Webinar

Structuring Joint Ventures to successfully deliver national infrastructure projects – reset for success

New programmes of spending on infrastructure to support economic growth and to boost international competitiveness will be essential as nations begin to emerge from the Covid19 pandemic. We expect Joint Ventures to remain a mainstream approach in the delivery of national infrastructure projects and programmes. The structuring of Joint Ventures therefore remains crucial to successfully delivering infrastructure projects.

The success of a Joint Venture will be strongly influenced by how the Joint Venture is originally structured. The structure of a Joint Venture needs to be flexible enough to deal with the diverse and dynamic nature of infrastructure projects – risk management is a key issue.

This webinar will examine the Reset phase in the recovery from the Covid19 pandemic and examine how Joint Ventures can be structured for the successful delivery of national infrastructure projects and programmes.

Please join our live panel of infrastructure experts for a discussion on:

  • New national programmes of investment in infrastructure and the acceleration in growth of new Joint Ventures.
  • Structuring Joint Ventures for success – risk apportionment and management and the need for flexible structures to manage the diverse and dynamic nature of infrastructure projects.
  • Understanding and addressing competition law and merger control when structuring a Joint Venture and cooperating with competitors.
  • The importance of taxation when structuring a Joint Venture and while navigating new and heightened business risks as well as unpredictable global economic conditions.

 

 

Event date

10:30 -11:30 GMT