Banking and Finance

The current market conditions resulting from the global economic downturn have reduced liquidity worldwide and placed a greater focus on the risk profile of banking transactions. At the same time, transactions are becoming more diverse in nature and scope, there's increased activity in the emerging markets and deals frequently cross-borders.

In such a climate, finding the optimal way to structure and execute a deal has never been so important. When a new financing is first planned, when refinancing options are under consideration, or when existing finance needs to be restructured, lenders and borrowers benefit from the advice offered by an experienced, external banking team.

The IFLC advises and acts for several national banking and financial institutions. It advises on all aspects of banking laws, regulations and supervisions, including underwriting and syndication of loans, secured commercial lending, commercial paper and finance for foreign trade, project and corporate finance, the raising of equity and loan finance, handling trade documents and dealing in foreign exchange.

The IFLC advises lenders and borrowers on all aspects of structuring, negotiating and documenting finance transactions

The firm advises on the trading of litigation rights in different jurisdictions, acting in major Commercial Court litigation arising out of a dispute relating to a distressed debt trade.

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