Törngren Magnell’s Banking and Finance practice advises lenders, borrowers and issuers on the full range of international and domestic financial markets products.
We act for Swedish and international corporates, private equity and venture capital funds, banks, other financial institutions and intermediaries on a broad spectrum of domestic and cross-border financing transactions.
We advise clients on bilateral and syndicated lending, bond issues, notes and commercial paper programmes, structured finance and securitisations, leasing and sale-back transactions, derivatives trading across many sectors (e.g. in relation to energy, currency and fixed-income hedging), acquisition, leverage and real estate finance, mezzanine debt financing, PIK Notes and other hybrid financing transactions, asset and project finance, utility and infrastructure finance, venture capital lending, export and trade finance, workouts and debt restructurings. Clients also regularly seek our advice on banking and other financial regulations, applicable licensing requirements, and compliance with operational rules and regulations.
We are hands-on and up-to-date with current market practices. Our approach is practical, constructive and straightforward, and always focused on providing clients with business sensitive solutions to complex problems. Since we work extensively with both borrowers and lenders we see all of the angles and understand the requirements of all sides engaged in a financing deal.
Many partners in our banking and finance practice have prior experience from working at top-tier international law firms, as well as from prior senior legal positions at financial institutions and multinational corporations. This experience further contributes to our ability of being proactive and bringing our business acumen to bear when advising clients operating in a cross-border environment.
Our banking and finance team works closely with our corporate, real estate, regulatory and industry specialist lawyers to assist our clients in meeting challenges and taking opportunities.