Date Published: 26 December 2019
CNPLaw LLP acted as Singapore law counsel in a cross-border secured real estate finance transaction between an Australian lender and an Australian borrower with a Singapore parent company. This transaction involved an amendment to the facility provided to the Australian borrower, which the firm assisted with in 2018.
This transaction was finalised on 24 December 2019.
CNPLaw’s Banking and Finance Lawyers
Bill co-head of the employment practice group with many years of experience advising on a variety of matters involving employment and related issues, across various industry sectors. He is recognised in various leading legal publications such as the Legal 500, Asialaw Profiles, IFLR1000 and Chambers and Partners. He is a recommended lawyer for Labour & EmpJloyment for the Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2020. He is also a leading lawyer on Chambers and Partners 2020 for Investment Funds.
The lawyers from the Banking & Finance Practice Group (BFPG) have always taken pride in providing a comprehensive range of banking and finance services to our clients, including domestic and foreign international banks, other financial institutions as well as non-bank lenders and borrowers, and foreign legal firms acting for parties outside Singapore.
Our banking & finance practice covers the whole spectrum of domestic and international banking & financing work, including restructurings, financings and financial institutions advisory work. We can draw upon a broad base of partners, senior, mid-level and junior associates, all with strong and varied banking & finance product line and country experience.
Our reach is further widened and enhanced by our ability to draw upon the resources of our network of correspondent firms in the region and globally.
CNPLaw’s Real Estate practice has the expertise, experience and resources to handle work spreading across the residential, commercial and industrial asset classes, and to advise on all aspects of property transactions in Singapore. Our major clients include multinational corporations (MNCs), small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), property developers, construction companies, property funds, property-holding entities, asset managers, family offices, non-profit organisations, real estate investment trusts (REITs), as well as government agencies.