Japanese government financial institutions: evolution, the market and the future


Financial Markets

Mark Plenderleith from Freshfields will give a presentation to IBA Japan members on how the policies of Japanese government financial institutions (e.g. JBIC) are shaping outbound transactions in developed and developing markets.


- in their mission, their range of products and their geographical focus

the market

- ways in which the GFIs are shaping relationships, and the policies of foreign governments, procuring authorities and international corporates

the future

- the future path of the Japanese agencies compared to other ECAs and the World Bank Group, and the consequences it will have on Japanese exporters and investors


Mark Plenderleith leads the energy, mining and infrastructure project finance practice in at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Asia. rHe advises project sponsors, commercial banks, governmental financial institutions, developers, infrastructure funds and private equity clients on multi-source cash-flow and reserve-based financings.  His expertise in oil & gas, mining and projects work includes greenfield construction and development, M&A of brownfield assets, joint-ventures, expansion financing, and reseve-based financing.

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