Khai is an experienced banking lawyer, specialising in acting for lenders, borrowers and pension trustees. His areas of expertise include bilateral and syndicated lending for both leveraged lending and investment grade borrowers, cross-border lending and security, intercreditor arrangements, real estate finance, asset finance, trade finance, restructuring, fintech and peer-to-peer lending platforms.
- KBC Bank, London Branch on a €200,000,000 term loan secured over various real estate assets across Europe
- A UK high street bank on bilateral loans totalling £650,000,000 to an investment grade borrower
- A UK based corporate group on their £80,000,000 receivables securitisation covering their pan-European operations
- A Spanish renewable energy producer on their corporate refinancing, involving a €40,000,000 bridge loan followed by a €120,000,000 term loan
- Pension trustees on the debt restructuring for a listed public company, involving the reduction of debt and priority of security, resetting financial covenants and negotiation of rights of super senior lender
- A corporate obligor group in their solvent restructuring of €400,000,000 secured debt
- A UK high street bank in a £450,000,000 secured club loan to a hire car company, including direct funding of vehicle fleet purchases, intercreditor arrangements and due diligence on vehicle supply arrangements
- A UK high street bank on due diligence reviews of loans from several UK peer-to-peer lending platforms for the purpose of purchasing loans from such platforms
- Several pension trustees for various prominent pension schemes on the review of various umbrella Global Master Repurchase Agreements offered by their investment advisers to assist these pension schemes consider changes to their investment strategies.