Mills & Reeve has a strong finance team; one of the largest outside London, including four partners and an experienced supporting team of other lawyers. They can help lenders and borrowers, whether your financial needs are straightforward or more complex.
From international lenders, to specialist financiers, major corporations and charities, Mills & Reeve has advised clients with many different requirements across a wide variety of sectors. Their team has experience and expertise across many areas including real estate finance, not-for-profit finance, asset-based lending, corporate banking and acquisition finance.
As specialists in banking and finance, the team make sure they understand your business and financial needs. They also keep up to date with the market situation and are able to act swiftly on behalf on their clients, ensuring you will get the best deal available in any given financial situation.
They have a wide range of experience, including:
- Advising on bonds listed on the London Stock Exchange
- Complex development and structure agreements
- Corporate acquisitions of banking organisations
- Advising on borrowing facilities
- Complex mortgage and credit facilities
- Working with syndicates
- Advising on term and asset finance facilities
Clients include Aviva Commercial Finance, Barclays Bank Plc, HSBC Bank Plc, KBC Bank N.V. and Lloyds Banking Group
‘A “first-class firm”, their finance team is “responsive, flexible and efficient”.’ — Legal 500
‘Clients are happy to commend the firm’s work, stating that it “has the firepower if something needs to be done quickly”.’ — Chambers UK
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