SMis Termination Clauses in PPP

Venue: The Hatton, London, Uk

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Mar 03, 2008 End Date/Time: Mar 03, 2008
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Description

Correctly employing termination clauses when setting out contractual obligations should mean never needing to exercise them. SMi’s inaugural conference on Termination Clauses in PPP will look at how implementing termination clauses can safeguard project delivery. It will offer an in-depth look into the role played by termination clauses in PPPs covering areas such as SoPC4 compliance, risk mitigation and project sustainability, as well as calculation of compensation on termination, re-tendering of PPPs after termination, and several other crucial aspects. Most importantly, we will feature a number of case studies of termination clauses governing specific PPP projects.

Recent terminations, such as the polemic Metronet PPP, have emphatically highlighted the importance of preparing for contingency. By attending this conference you will acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to future-proof your PPP and secure your enterprise by establishing the right termination clauses.

Understand how termination clauses can safe guard your project
Learn about the benefits of well-structured PPP agreements
Identify the triggers for termination and how to avoid them
Hear about several case studies including the much talked about Metronet project
Prepare yourself for all contigencies


A unique opportunity to learn from leading industry experts including:
Norman Ballantyne, Project Director, 4ps
William Coley, Vice President, Senior Analyst, Moody’s Investors Service Ltd.
Daniel Hulls, Executive Director, CEPA
Jimmy McGuiness, PPP Project Manager, East Lothian Council
Phyllis Dunipace, Executive Director of Education, London Borough of Lambeth
Catherine Burke, Partner, Martineau Johnson
Andrew Brydon, Partner, Simmons & Simmons
Mark Sanderson, Partner, Walker Morris

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Associated workshop also available: Termination and related issues in PPP/PFI 4th March 2008, The Hatton, at etc. venues, London. Why attend this workshop? Termination is not an outcome which sponsors, lenders or secondary investors care to think about when committing to a PPP/PFI deal. However, as the deal flow continues, it would be surprising if there was not the occasional deal which suffered this fate. Recent well-publicised difficulties with Metronet illustrate how things can go wrong. So a review of typical provisions and their inter-relationship is apposite.