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Since mid March 2020, many Canadian project finance and infrastructure issuers have been exposed to the credit effects of Covid-19, some sectors more than others. Against this backdrop of severe disruptions, longer term trends are also affecting issuers in the sector: the Province of British Columbia passed legislation to implement the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People and the Equator Principles were just updated to put more focus on Indigenous rights.

Join us online as we discuss what these developments and climate change mean and what material evolution is expected.

Sessions

Monday, October 19 | The Impact of Covid-19

Contrary to previous  crises, this sector has been affected in multiple ways by the coronavirus  pandemic. Many issuers have been immediately hit with lost revenue, increased  expenses, and liquidity pressures. What is the longer term credit impact  influenced by the magnitude and duration of the outbreak?  
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Wednesday, October 21  | ESG Considerations


ESG considerations such as climate change and Indigenous rights in Canada are  rapidly impacting existing infrastructure and shaping new  infrastructure needs. How are projects being built out in light  of recent trends and insights?
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Sessions

Monday, October 19 | The Impact of Covid-19

Contrary to previous  crises, this sector has been affected in multiple ways by the coronavirus  pandemic. Many issuers have been immediately hit with lost revenue, increased  expenses, and liquidity pressures. What is the longer term credit impact  influenced by the magnitude and duration of the outbreak?  
Register

Wednesday, October 21  | ESG Considerations


ESG considerations such as climate change and Indigenous rights in Canada are  rapidly impacting existing infrastructure and shaping new  infrastructure needs. How are projects being built out in light  of recent trends and insights?
Register  

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