Debt Capital Markets

We are Stibbe Debt Capital Markets specialists

Working closely with the finance team, our debt capital markets lawyers provide tailored advice on financing structures in both the public and private domains.

Debt Capital Markets

Advising in both the public and private arena, our debt capital markets team combines detailed legal analysis with a practical and pragmatic approach – assisting clients with all the challenges they face.

Our team provides a full range of services to banks, finance companies, trustee companies, corporate borrowers and issuers, and intermediaries. These include all types of debt instruments, securitisation and related types of transactions, credit-linked notes, repackagings, Eurobonds and structured note offerings. Furthermore, we handle EMTN and commercial paper programmes, convertibles, and RMBS & CMBS transactions.

We are also highly active in structured finance matters drawing on the necessary in-house expertise including tax, finance, securities, regulatory, corporate, real estate and commercial law. This coordinated and integrated approach has ensured our strong track record in this area.

As much of our work is cross-border, we work closely with various other leading international law firms ensuring every issue is handled in the most effective and efficient way.

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