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Why fit-for-purpose shareholders agreements are critical to your project’s bankability

Uploaded 11/05/20

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Shareholder agreements are a necessary part of developing private renewable energy projects, but for anyone not familiar with the processes involved and the associated legal jargon they can be confusing, if not daunting.

On 7 May 2020, REPP hosted a capacity-building webinar focusing on the common threads that run through any clause-by-clause discussion of shareholder agreements, to better prepare developers for these critical conversations.

The aim of the webinar was to help participants to:

  • develop a clear understanding of the role and importance of quality governance;
  • acquire concrete knowledge and awareness of developers’ obligations and rights;
  • learn why shareholders agreements are critical to enabling financing.

The webinar was primarily aimed at renewable energy developers in Africa, but also other stakeholders such as regulators and local finance providers keen to get a flavour of market practice.

Speakers:

86% of participants rated the webinar as very satisfactory.

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