Located in the world’s financial hubs, Hogan Lovells’ finance practice is consistently rated as a market leader by respected legal directories, including Chambers Global and Legal 500, and by trade publications such as International Financial Law Review and Trade Finance Magazine.
Our team of more than 300 lawyers enjoys extensive experience in advising clients on all types of financing transactions.
The practice comprises:
- International banking — including leveraged and acquisition finance, asset finance, banking, structured finance, trade and export finance and real-estate finance
- Business restructuring and insolvency — including debtor and creditor representations, refinancings, restructurings, workouts and acquisitions of distressed assets
- International debt capital markets — including debt and high-yield capital markets offerings, private placements, securitisations and repackagings and derivatives
- Infrastructure and project finance — including global infrastructure projects, privatisation, engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts, private finance initiatives (PFIs), concession agreements, public-private partnerships (PPPs) and mergers and acquisitions (M&A)
We provide an integrated service and capability to our clients, which include the world’s leading financial institutions and corporations.
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