Rapid population growth and urban migration are triggering a massive demand for urban infrastructure and for this to be viable long term, it has to be sustainable in its broadest sense: in its approach to funding and financing; resilience to climate change; ability to adapt to new technologies and changing demand; in its social inclusivity and access. How we develop our cities is critical not only for those who live and work in them, but also for the investors, owners and lenders who finance them.
Our Sustainable cities network features holistic knowledge our lawyers have cultivated across key areas including financing, M&A and corporate reorganizations, Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) and privatizations, risk advisory, energy and climate change, technology, environment, planning and real estate, intellectual property, data protection, privacy and cybersecurity.
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Cyber risk and project contracts
In the context of increasing digitization, highly publicized cyber incidents1 and a growing awareness that many projects can offer a range of potential access points through which to launch such an attack, cyber risk in projects has been rising up on the boardroom agenda.