This Practice Note looks at the template documentation produced by the LMA for Pan-European Private Placement (PEPP) transactions and focuses on some key concepts in the form of loan agreement or notes subscription agreement, including the concept of yield protection and more favourable terms and the role of the paying/calculation agent.
This Practice Note explains what private placements are and takes a look at the development of the Pan-European Private Placements (PEPP) market. It provides an overview of the process in a private placement transaction, and discusses the key features of private placement documentation and the outlook for the market.
This Practice Note considers the meaning of the term ‘structure’ in a project finance transaction and identifies the key issues which may inform the approach to structuring such a transaction. It explains a ‘plain vanilla’ project finance structure and then contrasts that with some of the innovations employed in the Azura Edo IPP project, a conventional power project in Nigeria. This Practice Note was produced in partnership with Julian Nichol, Robert Aulsebrook and Herman Park at Akin Gump LLP who have experience in the EMEA project finance markets and who co-advised (along with Clifford Chance LLP) emerging markets investor, Actis, on its acquisition of a majority stake in the Azura Edo IPP post-financial close.
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