When a personal guarantee has to be given in order to give a lender the security it needs, the guarantor hopes that the guarantee will never be called in. However, when it is, the loss suffered by the guarantor will normally qualify as a loss for Capital...
Multiple issues can arise when a business decides to embark on a key acquisition or investment that requires an external source of finance or funding, typically from a bank or other financial institution.
Our corporate finance and banking specialists act for corporate borrowers and banks in relation to financing on transactional activity and refinancing of existing facilities.
Our work in this area ranges from advising UK companies on the financing of individual acquisitions (of other businesses or property, for example) through to advising corporate clients on the refinancing of their international investment portfolios, including as to security for loans and company director guarantees.
We also advise banks and other financial institutions in relation to the facilities they grant and are appointed panel advisors to several banks, including state bank institutions.
For further information please contact:
James Oxley on 020 7224 0888