Banking and Finance Law

Adriaans Attorneys offers high quality legal advice on banking law and finance transactions to a broad spectrum of clients.We are committed to delivering an efficient service on banking and finance transactions and adopt a pragmatic approach to ensure that deals are concluded successfully.

Our banking and finance specialists experience and specialities include advising on banking and finance law, structured trade and commodity finance, international trade, agricultural finance and syndicated lending transactions.

Services


Our services include but are not limited to:
  • Advising on international trade transactions and drafting international trade agreements
  • Advising on, drafting and negotiating finance agreements
  • Advising on structured trade finance transactions and drafting and negotiating pre-export facility agreements, sale and repurchase agreements, receivables purchase agreements and invoice discounting agreements
  • Advising on, drafting and negotiating various security agreements
  • Advising on, drafting and negotiating various security agreements
  • Drafting and collating condition precedent documents, including corporate resolutions, and managing closure of transactions from a legal perspective
  • Procuring and corresponding with local lawyers in various African jurisdictions to provide local law advice in relation to finance transactions
  • Advising on structures for finance transactions and assisting with legal project management of finance transactions
  • Advising on exchange control aspects of finance transactions

    Key Contacts

    Ashley Adriaans
    Managing Director
    ashley@adriaansattorneys.com
    Lester Timothy
    Consultant
    solutions@adriaansattorneys.com

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