Banking and Finance Law

Banking and Finance law defines what a bank is allowed or not allowed to do in the normal course of business.  It is complex and it requires special insight into commercial banking transactions from both the borrower and lender’s point of view.

We deal with the basic laws and regulations that govern banks, the intent of bank regulation and we endeavour to understand the impact of these on the interaction between our clients and their banks.

We have insight into the fundamental principles of security and financial services laws and we keep our eyes on local and international policies and developments.

  • Acquisition Finance
  • Development finance
  • Structured finance
  • Project finance
  • Consumer credit
  • General finance
  • Property finance
  • Syndicated lending
  • Hire purchases
  • Negotiations for finance
  • Advise on business plans
  • Advise on credit applications
  • Security
  • Non standard security
  • Cross-boarder finance
  • Credit policies
  • Anti money laundering policies
  • Finance best practices
  • Debt & equity finance
  • Bi-lateral finance programs
  • Treasury
  • Complex multi party finance
  • Data protection
  • Mezzanine finance