Our real estate and company/commercial lawyers support clients financing real estate assets. We provide timely advice and, where required, draft bespoke or standard form documentation that is concise and accurate. We carry out due diligence on the assets to be charged and coordinate the conditions which need to be satisfied before the loans can be drawn down.
We provide advice and documentation for the following:
- Due diligence and certification of title
- Term and revolving loan facilities
- Development loans and projects
- Perfecting security over land and other assets
- Loan syndication
- Related derivative transactions
We recognise that businesses must borrow money to support growth and meet broader corporate aims and offer advice across all types of corporate financing, from strategic analysis of capital structures and available sources of finance, through to execution on behalf of the client. Our experience spans simple term loan facilities to more complex specialised transactions including:
- Share capital
- Profit retention
- Loan facilities
- Capital markets instruments
When we assist the borrower or the lender during the process, we operate completely independently from finance providers, ensuring our objectives are fully aligned with those of our clients. We carry out necessary due diligence and ensure financing arrangements have the flexibility our clients require.
- We handled the suite of loan finance, legal charge and inter-creditor documentation for the acquisition of The Association of Independent Music’s HQ premises.
We’re immensely proud of our client relationships. We strive to be a welcome and constant companion throughout their journeys.
Many of our clients have been with us for a long time: some since the firm began. We help them navigate matters to achieve the right outcome and we stay with them until everything has been resolved. By securing and protecting our clients’ interests, we give them the confidence and freedom to focus on their core business.
Our clients operate in different industries and sectors, but most of them have serious real estate interests, whether in the form of property in the traditional sense or other types of physical infrastructure.