In assisting our private clients manage their financial affairs, we are able to provide these clients with access to our banking and finance lawyers, who have specialist expertise in domestic and international finance transactions, including transactions involving Singapore, Hong Kong and mainland China, Japan, the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.
Businesses or companies experiencing financial difficulty and undergoing a restructure, debt consolidation or workout should consider engaging a specialist banking and finance lawyer to protect their interests and manage this process.
Loan and security terms are typically onerous to the borrower and provide unfettered rights and discretions to the lender.
Through the support of our banking and financial specialist lawyers, we ensure our clients — the borrowers, guarantors and security providers — understand the impact the terms might have on their business.
In regards to such transactions, our team is intricately involved with structuring transactions from the outset, to ensure the best outcome for the client, while ensuring that the lender’s terms will be satisfied, and funding will be provided.
We also help these clients navigate complex inter-creditor issues and manage the transaction and the competing interests of multiple stakeholders.
We act for individuals, businesses and companies seeking finance, whether for working capital, an acquisition such as property or equipment for the business, or a merger with another company.
22 June 2021
In the June 2021 edition of Acuity, Nexus Law Group legal technologist and Group Principal Jeremy Duffy explains the difference between e- and digital signatures, "As the use of e-signatures increases exponentially, chartered accountants and their clients need to understand the difference between the two and the legal responsibilities implied with each."
26 October 2020
If you are a trustee or beneficiary of a discretionary trust that owns property in NSW, your trust deed may require amendments that exclude ‘foreign persons’ as beneficiaries by 31 December 2020 to avoid additional surcharges.