Learn how you, as a lawyer, can advise clients to future-proof their businesses and identify risks and opportunities.
The focus of financial markets regulators and central banks is increasingly falling on the green economy and in particular the resilience of the financial system to climate-related risks.
Regulators around the world have turned their attention to environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors, their impact on banks’ and investment firms’ businesses and the role of the financial sector in supporting the transition to a low-carbon and sustainable economy.
In this programme you will complete tasks focused on sustainable finance to help our clients. You will learn how you, as a lawyer, can advise clients to future-proof their businesses and identify risks and opportunities.
This program is self-paced. It takes approximately 6-7 hours to complete.
Negotiating a Sustainability-Linked Loan
Amending a term sheet with our client’s comments.
- Attention to Detail
- Legal Documentation
Assisting a Client in Hong Kong with a Loan Default on a Wind Farm Project in the Philippines
Create a short note summarising the key issues and your suggested next steps before a call with our client.
Green and Sustainable Bonds in the People’s Republic of China
Write some high-level advice on green bonds for our client.
Assisting a Bank in Navigating Environmental Risk Management Guidelines
Carry out some research and summarise this in a PowerPoint presentation for the client to use as training materials in the future.
- Clifford Chance