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.
  • Preparation of a comprehensive Bank Memorandum, which would include the funding proposal, required term sheet, comprehensive credit analysis and draft documentation where relevant.
  • Presentation of the Bank Memorandum to a number of potential lenders with an invitation to submit conforming funding proposals with quoted pricing.
  • Negotiation of terms acceptable to the borrower and assistance and co-ordination in appointment of a lender or lenders to finance the funding requirement.
  • Management of the process to gain lender's credit consent and obtain receipt of an acceptable lender's letter of offer.
  • Management of loan and security documentation, including assistance in negotiation of documentation with lender and solicitors.
  • Proposal of a structure to the lender to minimise ad valorem loan security duty for Australian borrowers (where applicable to the funding).
  • Assistance to borrower to meet all funding pre-conditions (including valuation and engineer's reports where applicable) and achieve loan draw-down.
  • Assistance to borrower to implement an appropriate interest rate management programme.
  • Assistance in any other aspects relevant to completion of the required funding.
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