SLCM has extensive experience in the banking and financial services sector, having been present in the most important transactions that have taken place in this sector in recent years, and regularly works with a diverse set of credit institutions, financial corporations, investment funds, financial service providers and investors, both national and foreign.

The banking and financial services sector is characterized by constant adaptations to the latest market standards and the changes imposed by the economic cycle. It is also marked by a strong connection with technological developments and a high-pressure regulatory environment.

SLCM has a team of lawyers with a track record in the most diverse challenges faced by the banking and financial services sector, providing legal advice in particular in:

  • Individual and syndicated loan agreements, structured loans, namely, acquisition finance and real estate transaction financing;
  • Structuring of the sale of litigious credits and other non-performing loans and non-performing exposures;
  • Structuring, incorporating and distributing collective investment undertakings, namely, real estate and securities investment funds, venture capital funds as well as M&A, venture capital and private equity transactions;
  • Capital markets transactions, including the most relevant takeover bids, distribution of securities representing assets or liabilities as well as private offerings in both national and international markets;
  • Mergers & Acquisitions of credit institutions and financial service providers
  • Regulation and banking and capital markets supervision;
  • Restructuring of assets over bank customers using extrajudicial recovery proceedings, special recovery proceedings and insolvency proceedings;
  • Banking and financial litigation, namely credit institution liquidation proceedings.

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