Hind Bin Al Sheikh & Partners Law Firm

Banking and Finance

Banking and finance law consists of multiple areas that are technically complex and constantly evolving, We specialize in a particular area, represent the borrower or the lender, and the majority of our role will focus on the transactional elements of arranging deals. Regardless of the specific area of banking and finance, we support negotiations, structuring and handling financial arrangements, and conducting due diligence.
we make balance compliance by adhering to all applicable laws and regulations (which are often across multiple jurisdictions) and mediate parties by helping them reach mutually satisfactory terms.
Another element of our role in banking and finance is to take an active interest in future trends that may influence a transaction. After applying analytical fact-checking and keen attention to detail, a banking and finance lawyer then needs to be able to communicate information clearly and succinctly. Banking and finance include Bank Lending: A personal or business loan agreement where the bank lends money to a borrower that comes attached with documented repayment terms
Property Finance: A loan is sought and agreed upon to enable a borrower to obtain property or develop the land on which a property will be built. Typically, this will be acquired through a mortgage
Project Finance: A longer-term, multi-phased, and often multi-faceted infrastructure project that involves public services. The amount is borrowed to carry out the project and is paid back once it starts to bring in money
Acquisition Finance: A loan borrowed by one company to provide it with the funds to purchase another company. Leveraged finance also comes under this area, whereby a borrower lends a considerable sum of money to meet the cost of acquisition requirements without committing to paying its own money
Assets Finances: The lender will take security over the specific assets purchased (usually considerable sums).
Derivatives: Understanding and managing currency rates during a transaction
Capital markets: When a transaction takes place, a borrowing entity gives bonds to investors
Islamic finance: Shari’a law prevents the collection and payment of interest on a loan. Islamic finance specialists work with Muslim borrowers, lenders, and investors to ensure banking and financial arrangements are compliant with Shari’a law.

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