Bank & Financing
Most companies receive financing from an external party, usually a bank. However, financing is not always a straightforward process. Therefore, it is important for you, as an entrepreneur, to know exactly what the financing is for, which companies can make use of the financing and which companies can be held liable for repayment.
Legal advice on a guarantee
In practice, we often see that lenders ask entrepreneurs to provide a guarantee. When it comes to this type of financing documents, it is essential you know what you are signing. What exactly will you use as a guarantee? Your private assets, your home or shares? And what does this mean for your partner’s assets? What do you need to arrange and establish before you sign? Our Bank & Financing specialists will be happy to advise you on this.
Specialist advice on doing business in difficult times
If your company is (temporarily) facing more difficult times, communication with your lender is essential. In practice, we often see that banks suspend or terminate financing more quickly. If this happens, you will be faced with the following questions: is the bank allowed to do this? And does the bank comply with its duty of care? For these kinds of questions, you can rely on us. We will answer all your questions and then choose a strategy together with you.
Full service provision
Many legal issues within the field of Bank & Financing overlap with the fields of Restructuring & Bankruptcy and Mergers & Acquisitions. We also have the knowledge of these specialist fields in-house. If necessary, our lawyers work closely together. This ensures you will receive a full range of services.