Facility Agreements: Banking Lawyers
With offices in Leeds, Sheffield, and York, we can offer our facility agreements and security services either on a face-to-face basis, by post or by email.
A facility agreement sets out the terms for the lending of money to a business or organisation. These agreements can be incredibly complex and filled with jargon, so it is advisable to seek assistance from an expert banking and finance solicitor.
We can advise you on:
- Loan agreements
- Acquisition and asset finance
- Debenture and share charges
- Property and development finance
- Intercreditor deeds
- Participation agreements
- Syndication agreements
Whatever financial security matters you need help with, our team will be here to help. Our banking and finance team is complemented by key members of our other departments, including corporate, insolvency, commercial property and dispute resolution.
We understand the importance of dealing with transactions quickly and efficiently, which is why we do not pick arguments or delay matters by insisting on unnecessary pedantry. We give practical, to-the-point advice, offering solutions rather than just flagging problems, and provide clear guidance to allow you to understand and manage risks associated with a transaction.
Our team understands how the credit process functions and looks to establish clear and effective means to communicate with you, your valuers and other professionals, providing you with advice on the transaction along the way. We always ensure that matters are dealt with in an appropriate way and manage parties’ expectations to make certain that everyone involved is satisfied with the outcome.
We proactively look for ways to assist you and and your business over and above day-to-day transaction advice. For example, we will make you aware of market changes and new issues affecting your lending and security, and look for ways to help develop new business opportunities with you.
Talk to us
For more information on facility agreements, contact one of our Yorkshire offices or fill out the enquiry form.