• Reviewing existing funding arrangements from the perspective of pricing, covenants and term.
  • Recommending how funding terms can be optimised to reduce costs and enhance operating flexibility for the borrower.
  • Renegotiating and/or refinancing existing facilities, including restructuring to remove security and/or the provision of mortgages.
  • Securitisation of lease rentals through non-recourse and limited recourse debt funding.
  • Implementation of global security structures with all lenders sharing common security and typically based on standardised documentation prepared by the borrower.
  • Adviser on the sale and purchase of businesses including the transfer of property and mortgage funds management rights.
  • Adviser on complex schemes of arrangement often including the merger of various managed property funds and syndicates.
  • Adviser on negotiated and contested proposals to replace managers of unlisted property and mortgage funds via unitholder votes, including direction and management of related litigation.
  • Adviser to institutional investors in negotiating improved terms in takeover offers or schemes of arrangement of managed funds.

A typical debt arrangement mandate would include:

  • Review of all relevant debt facility agreements.
  • Structuring proposed funding or restructuring of existing funding in a manner that achieves the objectives of a borrower while still being acceptable from a lender's perspective.


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