Corporate Lending - Australia

Stay ahead of the curve in corporate lending

To ensure you get the result you want, we offer the latest market knowledge, commercial focus and an efficient and effective service.

Our core experience in corporate lending  is supplemented by specialised knowledge in particular product areas and sectors. This complements our leveraged finance, project finance and debt capital markets practices to  provide comprehensive offering across the corporate finance market.

Expertise in all aspects of corporate lending

In addition to acting on market-leading syndicated bank debt facilities and refinancings, our corporate lending lawyers have particular expertise in:

  • Corporate acquisition facilities and pre- and post-initial public offering (IPO) financing
  • Property finance, including development funding and listed and unlisted funds
  • Multi-tranche financings and intercreditor arrangements – including US Private Placement USPP, AMTN, Euro medium-term notes (MTNs), syndicated bank debt and bilateral tranches
  • Receivables financing, borrowing base facilities, trade/export financing and structured commodity finance
  • US Term Loan B and high-yield financing
  • Financing of regulated assets and infrastructure.

We have a full team specialising in this area.

Discover our latest insights into legal issues affecting your business

In early 2021, the requirement to transition all GBP LIBOR loans to risk-free rates (“RFRs”) by 31 December 2021 seemed an almost impossible prospect.

24 September 2021

Very shortly, the U.S.-based Alternative Reference Rates Committee (ARRC) will make its much-anticipated formal recommendation of forward-looking term Secured Overnight Financing Rates (Term SOFR)...

27 July 2021

China’s launch of a central bank digital currency (CBDC) has become a question of when and not if. The more important question for businesses is: how do I get ready for a digital RMB?

27 April 2021

In a world first, New Zealand has introduced a Bill requiring companies in the financial sector to disclose the impact of climate change on their businesses.

20 April 2021

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