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Overview of the class:

The main goal of the class will be to summarize the findings during to two days' conference and to provide a broader overview of the developments in the nuclear industry as a whole. The scope of the review will consider the development of successful nuclear projects from start to finish and further to operation and maintenance. Kostadin in planning to lead the discussions and to outline some of the principles in the structuring and the negotiations of nuclear contracts.

This workshop is a wonderful opportunity to discuss the legal and regulatory aspects of the nuclear projects, as well as plenty of practical examples from the recent years of nuclear developments. The workshop will focus on every issue the participants want to raise and will be suitable for representatives of the clients, nuclear technology providers, governmental bodies, financial institutions and engineering companies. The class provides a good opportunity for broadening your vision for the nuclear industry.

About your workshop leader:

Kostadin Sirleshtov is a Partner at CMS Cameron McKenna and leads the Energy, Projects and Construction team of the firm in Sofia, Bulgaria. He is a Bulgarian qualified lawyer, holding a diploma in EU and UK law from the Cambridge University. Kostadin has specialized utility and PPP law in Italy, UK, Austria and the USA. Before joining CMS in 2006, Kostadin worked for the Minister of energy and energy resources of Bulgaria and was part of the working group for the preparation of the current Bulgarian Nuclear Law and the Energy Act. He was part of the team contributing to the structuring of the second Bulgarian nuclear project "Belene" in the period 2002-2004. As part of CMS Cameron McKenna, Kostadin led the team advising ENEL on the acquisition of 49% of the "Belene" NPP project with project value exceeding 8 billion EUR. CMS Sofia team also advised Iberdrola for their decommissioning project for Units 1-4 of Kozloduy NPP. Kostadin Sirleshtov represents Toshiba/Westinghouse and has deep understanding of their leading AP 1000 technology. He is among the few lawyers who have worked successfully with the three leading nuclear technologies VVER (Russia), AP 1000 (USA) and Candu (Canada).
 

CMS is the pre-eminent provider of high quality legal and tax advice in Europe. As an organisation of nine independent law and tax firms which includes our firm CMS Cameron McKenna, CMS offers deep local expertise combined with extensive industry-specific knowledge right across Europe.

Each CMS member firm is a market leader in its own jurisdiction and together we have more than 1,000 years of experience. Our detailed knowledge of industries, plus extensive European presence, means that CMS is uniquely qualified to provide highly specialised advice that adds value to your business.

CMS has a common culture and a shared heritage that is distinctively European. Our single organisation of practice groups and sector groups provides clients with high quality advice that is seamless, client-driven and coordinated across borders. With 54 offices across Western and Central Europe employing a total staff of 4,600, CMS has the most extensive European footprint.

At CMS, we understand your business and can analyse complicated legal and tax issues to find sophisticated business solutions that help you achieve your commercial goals. New ideas in business are always emerging and evolving, and CMS is an essential part of this development.

Our clients expect the best … both from themselves and their professional advisors. We pride ourselves on creating strong and trusted client relationships, as well as on providing advice that is both practical and solution-oriented.

If you are active in business in Europe or considering such a move, CMS is quite simply your foremost first and best choice for high quality legal and tax advice.

Workshop programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Introduction of the workshop and the participants

9:30 Partnering agreements to win and deliver nuclear projects

10:00 Managing risks in nuclear contracts

10:30 Morning Coffee

11:00 Financing nuclear projects

11:30 Long term service contracts

12:00 Close of Workshop

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