Comparative guide to acquisition finance in Denmark (Carsted Rosenberg), Sweden (Vinge), Switzerland (Lenz & Staehelin) and the United States (Willkie, Farr & Gallagher).
To assist our client with the structuring of cross-border acquisition finance transactions, we have prepared a guide on acquisition finance by leading banking & finance law fims in Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland and the United States. The Danish chapter has been prepared by Carsted Rosenberg, the Swiss chapter has been prepared by Lenz & Staehelin, the US chapter has been prepared by Willkie, Farr & Gallagher and the Swedish chapter has been prepared by Vinge Advokatfirma.
While cross-border acquisition finance transactions are predominantly governed by English, US or German law, domestic laws and regulations may have an effect of the overall structure of the transaction and the ensuing documentation. In order to ensure compliance with domestic law, acquisition finance documentation must be sufficiently adapted. The guide is intended to highlight the domestic differences that must be considered when the transaction is being structured, i.e. issues relating to financial assistance in a particular jurisdiction.
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To prepare a tailored comparative guide for acquisition finance for Denmark, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the United States please consult the comparison tool provided by Lexology.
The law is stated as of 25 January 2021. Changes may have occurred since or may be intended to be introduced by the Danish legislator, the Danish Business Authority DBA or the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority FSA.
Should you wish to discuss any matter in relation to acquisition finance in Denmark, please consult Michael Carsted Rosenberg or Dr. Andreas Tamasauskas. Should you wish to discuss acquisition finance in relation to the US market, please consult Bradley B. Furber.
Transaction activity in the acquisition and leveraged finance sector has intensified in recent years. Our transactional expertise, our understanding of our clients’ businesses, the domestic regulation, the cross-border markets in which they operate, and the available range of finacial instruments, gives us a strong platform to support banks and financial institutions, private equity funds, investors, corporate borrowers, and financial sponsors when executing leveraged acquisition transactions.
ABOUT THE FIRM
As one of the leading banking & finance law firms in Denmark, our lawyers are best placed to advise on your questions concerning acquisition and leveraged finance. We offer unrivalled international transactional expertise in cross-border banking & finance transactions. We regularly act as local counsel to the lenders or the borrowers on large-scale cross-border financial transactions led by global law firms.
Our team is known for its technical excellence, commercial pragmatism and transactional expertise. We set ourselves apart by strong transactional skills and a partner-led practice, allowing us to deploy a smaller, but more versatile and highly-experienced team, drawing on the international expertise of our specialists to deliver an outstanding and swift service.
Carsted Rosenberg Advokatfirma provides advice in relation to the full spectrum of financial products including syndicated lending, leveraged and acquisition finance, asset finance, real estate finance, project finance, export credit and financial regulation.
We advise on the financing and refinancing of a wide range of international transactions for both borrowers and lenders in respect of the full spectrum of private debt products. Our expertise covers the entire finance market, including investment-grade corporate acquisition facilities, acquisition finance structures to support leveraged buy-outs and entirely bespoke credit facilities to meet the needs of our clients.
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