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.
Following the launch of the revised arbitration rules of the Dubai International Arbitration Centre (DIAC) (the DIAC Rules) during Dubai Arbitration Week in November 2017, their adoption by Ruler’s Decree is now (according to confidential sources) imminent and likely to coincide with the official adoption of the new United Arab Emirates (UAE) Federal Arbitration Law, which is to replace the UAE Arbitration Chapter, that is, the arbitration-specific provisions of the UAE Civil Procedures Code.
Whilst the reality of Brexit is unknown, it is crucial that the business strategy for both survival and growth is reassessed within the context of the Brexit agenda. Businesses cannot expect or wait for Government to understand all of their needs and must take a proactive stance.
International legal business DWF has appointed partner Julie Huddleston to its banking team in Belfast. She joins from commercial law firm John McKee Solicitors and specialises in the secured lending aspects of corporate and property transactions.
Legal business DWF has appointed three partners to the Dublin office as it continues to strengthen its commercial capability across key practice areas.
We have a proven track record for providing consistently strong, practical, commercial solutions to banks, building societies and other financial services' clients.