Banking and finance
GRATA Law Firm’s banking and finance group is a leading legal counsel in the areas of capital markets, project finance and infrastructure projects development and financial transactions, in Central Asia and in Kazakhstan in particular.
Rapidly growing, GRATA’s banking and finance group currently comprises more than 10 local lawyers, almost all with second law degrees from the UK, the US or other Western leading universities, the majority being based in Almaty (Kazakhstan) and others based in our Baku (Azerbaijan), Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan), Tashkent (Uzbekistan) and Ulaanbaatar (Mongolia) offices.
Our aim is to become a leading finance practice in the legal market of Central Asia. This means that GRATA’s banking and finance group aims to set the standard for legal support in capital markets and in general for the finance sector, to monitor online the needs of our clients and to provide them with individualised legal solutions in order to help them carve out a leading market niche.
The ability to provide legal services that offer value for money and our understanding of the local cultures of Central Asia is one of our strengths.
We are proud that our clients, the largest local and international banks and companies from different industry sectors, have trusted GRATA’s knowledge and expertise for more than 20 years now.
GRATA’s banking and finance department has established effective co-operation with the financial regulators across Central Asia and the Caucasus and also with local and international stock exchanges, investment banks, international law firms and consultants, which allows us to provide our clients with best-in-class solutions for their needs.
- Aircraft, maritime and railcar finance and leasing
- Bank and corporate lending
- Banking and insurance disputes
- Bond offerings
- Financial services regulation
- Foreign direct investments
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Debt restructuring and insolvency
- Initial and secondary public offerings
- Islamic finance
- Project finance and public-private partnerships
This information was originally sourced from the GRATA Law Firm website.
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