Our partner led teams of lawyers is recognised as one of the most experienced in helping banks and building societies to manage risk. We are committed to developing this expertise to enhance our capabilities and to ensure you overcome the challenges faced now and in the future.
We act for over 30 major clearing banks and building societies, as well as new niche and overseas lenders. Our clients trust us to deliver decisive, collaborative solutions across transactional funding, regulation and policy, fund establishment, business consolidation, mergers and acquisition, tax, real estate, litigation, mediation, complaints' handling, investigations and enforcement, as well as wider commercial areas such as employment and pensions.
What sets us apart is our approach. Grounded in many years’ of experience we believe listening, partnership and keeping things simple leads the way to reduced risk and smarter solutions. We’re committed to innovation, considering every angle and on combining financial services insight with an energetic pursuit of your commercial results.
The London-based banking team at legal business DWF has advised Clydesdale Bank in relation to two recent finance transactions.
A discussion of the responses received to the Corporate Insolvency Framework review.
DWF (Middle East) LLP in conjunction with Alvarez & Marsal and Thomson Reuters hosted the second session of their Restructuring and Insolvency Breakfast Series on Monday 4 November 2019 which focused on Developing Claims and Seeking Recoveries in Distressed Situations.
DWF (Middle East) LLP in conjunction with Alvarez & Marsal and Thomson Reuters hosted the first session of their Restructuring and Insolvency Breakfast Series on Monday 28 October 2019 which focused on Corporate Turnarounds.
Lord Adair Turner, former chair of the FSA until 2013, predicted in 2016 that "the losses which will emerge from peer-to-peer lending over the next five to ten years will make the worst bankers look like lending geniuses."
On Thursday 23 August, the UK Government published 25 technical guidance notes on what a "No Deal Brexit" on 29 March 2019 would mean in practice, covering a range of issues including imports, medicines, workplace rights, financial services and the future of EU funded programmes.
We have a proven track record for providing consistently strong, practical, commercial solutions to banks, building societies and other financial services' clients.