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Restructuring Insolvency & Legal Practitioners Association Conference, Doha, Qatar

Our partner, Prateek Bagaria, is speaking at a panel discussion on “Third-Party Funding of Construction Disputes in Qatar” at the Restructuring Insolvency & Legal Practitioners Association (“RILPA”) Conference taking place at The Banyan Tree (Doha, Qatar) on 3 May 2023. The panel will discuss the nuances of third-party funding as they play out in construction disputes, with a focus on how such funding can be done for disputes in Qatar.

The RILPA Conference is the leading conference for restructuring, insolvency, legal and arbitration practitioners in the Middle East, connecting industry professionals, leading corporate executives, bankers, and institutional investors with industry leaders. The Conference offers a platform for discussion on legislative changes, regional market outlook, practical developments and provides a networking forum for business opportunities. Other industry leaders speaking at Qatar this year include Joe Durkin (Senior Vice President, Burford Capital), Saad Hegazy (Partner, Resolve International), Dawn Francis (Country Director Qatar, Quantum Global Solutions) and Colin Russell (Partner, HKA).

The Conference is supported by Burford Capital, CIArb Qatar, and PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Event Programme:

8.45 am to 9.15 am:
Networking coffee
9.15 am to 10.15 am:
Third party Funding of construction disputes in Qatar.

From infrastructure to energy disputes, the demand third party funding in construction disputes is on the rise across the GCC. A panel of experts will discuss things to be aware of, particularly when it comes to major  infrastructure projects.

10.15 to 10.30 am:
Networking coffee break
10.30 am to 11.15 am:
Developments in the rescue and legal finance markets for construction companies in Qatar and across the GCC

With a rise in Insolvencies and NPLs, banks and insolvency practitioners are becoming more sophisticated in implementing effective strategies in tracing and recovering assets in cross-border litigation. A panel of experts will give practical tips on recovering assets in complex cross-border disputes.