Banking & Finance

We at The Licit Law is the best practice in the country in the Banking and Finance practice area, we practice in this area of the law handle everything from client disputes and complaints against a bank, acquisition & leverage finance, structured finance to advanced legal proceeding between domestic and foreign institutions, their investors, the government, and different parties, our counsels are also involved in a large number of cross-border financing transactions and on account of that have developed a deep understanding of international regulations, industries and legal & financial techniques, Our Licit Laws law firm is Banking Lawyers and Law Firms in New Delhi.

Our Attorney are experienced in Banking and Finance, they covers acquisition & leverage finance, structured finance,international loans, restructuring, external business industrial borrowings, asset Securitization and numerous restrictive problems relating the area. The follow is concerned in a number of the most important and sophisticated transactions, requiring complete information of the Indian finance market and its legal framework.

The Firm offers banking law and finance act.  related advice, planning, re-structuring and litigation strategy in order to fully address client needs in banking Law and Investment matters. In addition to operating with several financial services clients, the Firm is additionally steady building a name for itself. Lawyers at the Firm are intimately acquainted with loan and security documentation, credit policies, market trends, and also the politics of syndicated things and have diagrammatically clients on structured products, syndicated loaning, project finance, ECBs (external industrial borrowings) and plain vanilla bilateral loaning deals. At Licitlaw firm, lawyers are specialized in crafting creative secularization and different financing structures. The Firm has unique expertise in bank securities offerings and its banking and finance practice covers a good range of financing transactions.

  • Project Finance and Public Private Participation
  • Securitization
  • External Commercial Borrowing
  • Debt Restructuring and re-financing
  • Regulation and Compliance
  • Corporate Debt, including Syndicated Loans
  • Acquisition and Leveraged Finance
  • Mezzanine and Subordinated Debt
  • Real Estate Financing
  • Debt Capital Markets encompassing issues of rupee denominated bonds and debentures
  • Carbon Credit Financing