Beyond COVID-19: Supply chain
Supply chain challenges, energy shortages: Impacts on PF mining projects
Global supply chain and energy shortage issues are having a continued impact on limited recourse project financed mining projects. Norton Rose Fulbright counsels Felicity Brown and Matt Hacking identify the current issues being faced by mining companies in the procurement and development of their projects, what steps mining companies can take to proactively deal with these challenges and mitigate their cost overrun exposure, and how these issues are being viewed by the financial institutions lending to these projects.
Cross-border team advises on $1.5bn financing of 4 ocean-going cruise vessels for Viking Ocean Cruises
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has advised BNP Paribas, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti, a syndicate of lenders and SACE on the partial financing of four new cruise vessels for Viking Ocean Cruises.
ESG in the supply chain
This introductory webinar to ESG risks in the supply chain will cover a range of aspects such as net zero target setting and reporting, ESG governance, environmental impacts and compliance, and human rights and modern slavery.
ESG disputes in international arbitration
As the importance of ESG in corporate policies and investment decisions increases, so too will the number of disputes arising out of ESG-related issues.
Taking flight: The Hague Court of Arbitration for Aviation
This article is an early review of the HCAA, in which we consider the need for an aviation-specific arbitration centre and take a look at the key features of the HCAA.
The ‘Five Eyes’ of competition enforcement in global supply chains
Competition and antitrust regulators around the world have joined forces to combat anticompetitive conduct in supply chains, in the face of rising costs of distribution and increased costs to consumers.
Shipping IPOs: What is the market really like?
There has been an increased appreciation of the value of the shipping industry to the global economy during the COVID-19 pandemic but has this increased the industry’s appeal to the IPO market?
The changing global framework for trade: Impact on global supply chains
Supply chains operate in an environment shaped by trade issues (such as sanctions, export controls, and tariffs), where national security is an increasingly important consideration. International sanctions regimes are complex and often respond to volatile political landscapes. Businesses will need to navigate the often complex issues involved against a background of changing governmental trade and industrial policy.