Changes in the banking industry, as it adapts to the requirements of borrowers in the current economic climate and developments in the regulatory framework, have led to the banks refining their products and needing to adapt.
The structuring of banking facilities to achieve a balanced result for both lenders and borrowers, often dovetailing with existing facilities, requires a clear understanding of the commercial objectives of a transaction to meet the demands of the parties.
Our Banking and Finance team has broad experience advising on corporate banking facilities, acquisition finance transactions, working capital facilities and asset based secured lending matters. We act for lenders, borrowers and investors. Over the past years the department has grown rapidly acting for a number of the leading banks and financial institutions.
When acting for borrowers and investors we find that our experience working alongside lenders allows us to provide an extra dimension to the negotiation process.
We are able to apply our extensive experience to deliver a balanced approach in a cost effective and time efficient manner.
We advise on the following:
On banking matters, we can provide:
Recent banking transactions include advising:
Mundays LLP’s five-partner team acts for major global financial institutions. It also acts for a strong domestic client base of lenders and borrowers. The practice frequently handles cross-border financing matters and has deep expertise in US law mandates and structures. It is also becoming increasingly active in the area of Islamic finance. Practice head Mark Andrew is dual-qualified in UK and US law, and continues to handle the full spectrum of banking matters. He is assisted by Neale Andrews, who specialises in corporate finance and debt restructuring; and Gemma James, who has notable expertise in the real estate and aviation sectors.
The Legal 500 UK 2017
Strong capabilities in handling various banking and finance matters for both lenders and borrowers. Notable for its work with alternative lenders as well as its Islamic finance capability. "I think Mundays' strength is that they have people who are City firm calibre but with a local approach."
Chambers and Partners UK