EMTA SPECIAL SEMINAR: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN EMERGING MARKETS ARBITRATIONS
Friday, April 7, 2017
360 Madison Avenue, 17th Floor
(on 45th St. between Madison and 5th Aves.)
New York City
This EMTA Special Seminar is aimed at both EM investors and legal advisors, and will provide analysis and commentary on how arbitration affects investments in the Emerging Markets.
Specific topics to be addressed will include:
- What are the recent developments in investment arbitrations and enforcements relating to sovereign debt (including Gold Reserve/Venezuela’s potential cross-default scenarios, the Yukos mega award, sovereign immunity, and ICSID and UNCITRAL awards)?
- How will Trump’s administration and Brexit affect arbitrations globally going forward?
- How can EM investors structure investments through treaty-planning to reach the best results?
- What is the secondary market for arbitration awards and are litigation funds a better way to gain exposure to that market?
- How can insurance be used to collect awards?
- Can arbitration be used as a tool for bond restructuring?
- What are single play companies and their effects on lawsuits against sovereigns?
- What are the proposed changes in recent treaties (e.g., CAC clause embedded)?
11:30 a.m. Registration
12:00 noon – 1:30 p.m. Panel Discussion
Jonathan Greenblatt (Shearman & Sterling) – Moderator
Mark Cymrot (BakerHostetler)
Peter Griffin (Slaney Advisors)
Lunch will be provided
Support provided BakerHostetler and Shearman & Sterling.
Registration fee for EMTA Members: US$95/US$695 for non-members.
Register online quickly and securely with your credit card. If you prefer to pay by check or wire, please contact us.
Cancellation policy: Cancellations must be received by 11:30 a.m. (EST), Thursday, April 6, 2017, or you will be charged the full amount. Substitute delegates may be sent at no extra charge. Please contact Evelyn Ramirez at email@example.com.
This Special Seminar is part of a continuing series of panels and presentations that EMTA is pleased to sponsor on various topics of interest to Emerging Markets investors and other market participants, and is part of EMTA’s Legal & Compliance Seminars*.
*CLE credit will be available for NY attorneys. This seminar is non-transitional and appropriate for experienced attorneys only. Please click here for details on EMTA’s Financial Hardship Policy.