Banking & Finance
In today’s global markets, few financial transactions are routine. They involve risk, reward and many unknowns. To complete them successfully, you have to address a range of complex issues all at the same time — especially in multi-jurisdictional activities. It pays to have locally knowledgeable, globally sophisticated legal advisers on your side.
At Al-Dostour law firm, we can help you navigate the maze of banking and finance issues, from term sheet to closing. And, if necessary, we can help you enforce remedies and complete restructurings.
Our global practice includes experienced lawyers in local and international banking and finance laws, regulations and customs. They possess the global perspective and local experience to complete even the most complex transactions for corporate borrowers, commercial and investment banks, funds, financial institutions and governments.
How We Can Help
- Acquisition finance – Structuring the financing of cross-border mergers, acquisitions (asset and equity), leveraged buyouts, restructurings and more
- Aircraft/asset finance– Helping purchasers, lenders, lessors and lessees finance aircraft, rolling stock and other big-ticket leasing and financing transactions
- Project finance – Structuring privatizations, limited recourse and non-recourse finance transactions
- Securitization and structured finance – Advising funds, sponsors, credit enhancers and investors in securitization of a variety of asset classes across multiple jurisdictions
- Derivatives and financial products – Negotiating and documenting derivatives-driven structured financings, secured and guaranteed transactions and taxable and tax-exempt products
- Financial and regulatory advice – Using our network to keep current on developments and advising on the practical effects of international regulatory trends
- Global custody – Advising global custodians and sub-custodians on issues of safe custody, clearance and settlement of trades, collection of income, and taxes .
- Loans and credit facilities – Structuring cross-border facilities, secured and unsecured, and trade-financing transactions