In an increasingly complex and competitive financial market, clients benefit from our banking and finance group’s experience from both debtor and creditor perspectives.
“They really understand the commercial outcome that we are seeking to achieve and provide advice tailored to the outcomes we are seeking.”
Banking & finance services
Our banking and finance lawyers are widely experienced in all elements of property and development finance transactions. Our expertise extends to the provision of advice on structuring (including joint venture agreements and preferred equity investments) and to the negotiation and documentation of financing facilities (including senior, mezzanine and stretch financing), intercreditor and tripartite arrangements.
We have extensive experience in acting for lenders and borrowers, investors and advisors in respect of general corporate facilities, corporate acquisition facilities and structured financing arrangements. Our experience includes advising in respect of large cross-border syndicated facilities, bespoke bilateral facilities, refinancings and debt capital markets.
We have assisted many clients establish registered and unregistered managed funds for capital raising purposes, including providing advice in relation to the preparation of offer documents and fund documentation.
We offer project finance and infrastructure financing advice to clients across a number of industry sectors, including building and construction, utilities, aviation and telecommunications. We are experienced in advising on project formation and structuring, implementation, financing and operation. The scope of our advice incorporates limited recourse financing, mezzanine financing and subordinated debt funding arrangements.
Working closely with other members of the insolvency and reconstruction practice, we provide strategic, timely and innovative advice. We advise borrowers, lenders and other creditors, investors, insolvency practitioners and directors on all matters relating to reconstruction and corporate insolvency including workouts, formal insolvency regimes, distressed debt opportunities, voluntary and involuntary debt for equity conversions, intercreditor arrangements and security enforcement.
Arnold Bloch Leibler’s “strength lies in its ability to quickly understand and efficiently service its clients’ needs.”