RICS is delighted to invite you to a CPD event run on Dealing with Contractor Insolvency in the Middle East which will be held on the 25 February 2020
Summary of the topic: We will look in particular at the impacts arising from this legislation (both positive and negative) for Contractors, Subcontractors, Developers and Supply Chain around the region including Qatar, Oman, Bahrain, UAE, KSA and Kuwait, and discuss the knock-on effects for projects generally.
- exploring the new laws and frameworks across the region which have recently been implemented to deal with corporate insolvency, bankruptcy and administration.
Speaker: Paula Boast | Partner | Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
About the Speaker
Paula Boast is a Partner of Charles Russell Speechlys LLP and their Head of Construction Engineering & Projects for the Middle East. She specializes in projects across the region, in particular Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Oman, and Qatar. Her extensive experience includes real estate and development, regeneration, infrastructure and utilities, hotels, leisure and tourism, residential, industrial and commercial, education and healthcare, both in the private and public sectors. Paula acts on behalf of government and regulatory clients including Bahrain Ministry of Works and Oman Public Authority for Electricity and Water. Private sector clients include project employers and developers, lenders and investors, contractors, subcontractors and consultants. Paula’s recent projects include California Land at Dubai World, Tadawul Tower Riyadh Stock Exchange, ALBA Line Extension, Dukhan Road East Network, Bahrain International Airport, King Abdullah Medical City, Education City Doha, Marriott West Bay Doha, Investment Gateway Bahrain, Opus Dubai and Diaaf Bahrain. Paula also assisted the Bahrain Ministry of Works in the drafting and publication to market of its first ever Standard Suite of Construction Contracts (2009 Edition) based on FIDIC forms.
1800 to 1830 – Coffee, networking & registration
1830 to 1835 – Introduction of the speaker and RICS updates
1835 to 1935 – Speakers Presentation
1935 to 2000 – Q&A
Please note: We are unable to reserve a place at this event unless you made a booking through this portal.
The presentation will start promptly at 1830. If you have not checked in by this time (1830), you will not be able to claim your 1.5 CPD hours.
All practising RICS members are required to record at least 20 hours of CPD (including a minimum of 10 hours of formal CPD) completed each year. It has come to our attention that certain RICS members in this region have declared as complete CPD events that they have booked but not attended.
Please note that we maintain attendance registers at RICS training and CPD events. We will also be carrying out extra checks on CPD records and, where dishonest recording is identified, the matter will be brought to the attention of the RICS regulation team and may result in RICS pursuing disciplinary action.