Available dates

Feb 10—12, 2020
3 days
London, United Kingdom
GBP 3599 ≈USD 4649
GBP 1199 per day

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About the course

This course represents a deep dive into the documentation used in corporate loans, both bilateral and syndicated. Whilst the principal focus is on the loan agreement, the course also takes a careful look at the clauses in guarantees and the legal issues associated with term sheets, security structures, insolvency, and letters of comfort. The course aims to give practical guidance to lenders and borrowers with extensive use of illustrative examples, case precedents, and challenging exercises.

This course focuses on documentation used in corporate loans, both bilateral and syndicated, including security and guarantee documentation, and the implications of insolvency on the contractual rights of the senior creditors. Gain practical knowledge and an in depth understanding of:

  • Negotiating loan documentation from both the financier and borrower perspectives
  • The interpretation of various clauses under common law
  • Enforceability issues and potential pitfalls in the drafting and negotiation of guarantees and letters of support
  • Different types of securities including mortgages, pledges, liens, constructive trusts, fixed and floating charges, mortgage debentures, and security over property, shares and insurance assignments
  • The implication of insolvency on the contractual rights of all parties involved

How You Will Learn

Be guided step-by-step through the various components of loan documentation

You will cover indicative offer letters, loan agreements, guarantees, letters of comfort, mortgage debentures (fixed and floating charges) plus security over other forms of asset, including property, shares and insurance assignments. The course is focused on giving practical guidance to lenders and borrowers with extensive use of illustrative examples, case precedents, and challenging exercises for the participants.

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Richard Capps

Richard obtained a law degree from Cambridge University and was called to the English Bar in 1976. Shortly thereafter he entered banking joining Chase Manhattan Bank where, for most of the 5 years service, he was a corporate relationship manager in London and New York. For the following 6 years ...

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