Welcome to the latest edition of the Mayer Brown Global Mining Update which focuses on some of the key legal issues and developments that have been affecting the Mining sector over recent months.
Working with Japanese Clients is a series of videos commenting on current trends and topics relevant to Japanese corporations. 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.
London-based partner Ian Coles wrote an article for Mining Magazine in which he discussed the supply struggles of battery metals in relation to the push towards electric vehicles.
London-based Counsel Danuta de Vries discusses the challenges of dealing with the risk of bribery, corruption and money laundering in various parts of the world in an article originally published in Mining Magazine.
Ian Coles discusses the fiscal volatility in relation to mining projects, particularly within Africa, where governments are increasing royalties and their stake in projects.
- Lima, Peru, 6 – 7 November 2019 – Ian Coles and Rachel Speight will be representing Mayer Brown at the Mining & Investment Latin America summit, taking place at the Westin Hotel and Convention Center, Lima. Please get in touch if you are attending and would like to meet the team.
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