“It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.”
― Henry Ford
Banking and finance law continues to increase in its complexity with the advent of technology, instant banking, a volatile market, and varied financial and banking products in the market such as various financial products, including project finance, leveraged finance, distressed debt transactions, debt restructuring, acquisition finance, syndicated lending and structured products. The legal expertise to deal with this subject matter must span across economic, political and regulatory knowledge. Regulation is an absolute necessary, particularly in a sector, like the banking sector, which exposes countries and people to a risk.
Disruptive practices in this sector has changed the way the banking game is played; payment gateways, data protection, identity theft are issues that have become issues which require much more legislation, implementation and pre-emptive action. To keep in tandem with the dynamically changing banking and finance laws, our team strives to keep pace with them….We advise all major public and private sector banks, financial institutions, multinationals, domestic banks, multilateral agencies and non-banking financial companies on their domestic and cross-border transactions and provide a focused, pragmatic approach and highly effective, technology driven transaction management. Clients rely on us for the depth and breadth of our expertise, our intellectual rigour and our proven track record of finding solutions to implement on the transactions we work on.
Our reputation is based on a keen commercial sense of what our clients seek to achieve, the quality of our documentation and our ability to deliver a high value service within tight time frames.Advisory related to Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code.