Working with Japanese Clients is a series of videos commenting on current trends and topics relevant to Japanese corporations. Mayer Brown's London Office has a stellar track record in mining and mining finance, with decades of experience in this area. In this episode Rachel Speight, a partner in Mayer Brown's Project Finance practice in London and Ian Coles, London partner and head of the firm's Africa and Mining practices, discuss the challenges and opportunities presented by mining projects in Africa, South America and around the world.

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「日本企業への支援」- 鉱業・鉱業ファイナンス

「日本企業への支援」シリーズでは、日本企業に関連する最新の動向やテーマについて情報提供をしております。メイヤーブラウン法律事務所のロンドンオフィスは、鉱業および鉱業ファイナンス分野において、長年にわたり顕著な実績を挙げております。今回は、アフリカ、南米やその他世界各地における鉱業プロジェクトの課題や機会について、ロンドンオフィスのプロジェクト・ファイナンス担当パートナーであるRachel Speightと同オフィスのアフリカ・鉱業部門長であるIan Colesが解説いたします。


Originally published August 13 2019

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