Most landlords expect some form of security from tenants who are new companies, either in the form of a personal guarantee from one or more of the directors, or by the tenant providing a rent deposit (for the landlord to use in the event of non-payment of...
Established businesses along with growing companies often require financing as part of any growth strategy. Whether it is to fund an acquisition, new premises, an investment in a new product or market or merely to expand the business by an injection of working capital we have the knowledge to help.
At BakerLaw, we have the expertise across both our Corporate and Commercial Property teams in drafting and advising on financial and security documentation whether involving shareholder or director loan arrangements, a corporate lender or private equity investment to help you to secure the required finance as effectively as possible.
There are certain key differences in the requirements for each type of debt transaction which we would be pleased to assist you on including:
- Facility agreements;
- Personal guarantees;
- Corporate guarantees;
- Bond instruments;
- Investment agreements; and
- Director loans and Shareholder loans.