Our Practice Areas:

Banking and Financial Services

Our Expertise

PARKWOOD PARTNERS™ Banking and Financial Services Practice group, which includes professionals from our Governmental Affairs Practice, interacts on a regular basis with government and/or legislature members, so that PARKWOOD PARTNERS™ can provide our clients with strategic analysis, planning and interpretation of legislation and implementing regulations. 

Our expertise in the local market combines the experience of local banking and the global knowledge of capital markets and financial services.
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Our Experience

PARKWOOD PARTNERS™ professionals, and/or those in its affiliated offices, have represented commercial banks, public and private investment funds, finance companies, brokerage firms, investment and merchant banking firms, as well as borrowers and issuers of securities, in a wide range of transactions. 

These transactions have involved letters of credit, as well as other credit enhancing devices, note purchase agreements, sale purchase agreements, project financing agreements, secured and unsecured loan agreements, structured receivables, asset-backed securities transactions, currency swaps and other derivative products, various industry financings, as well other acquisition financing arrangements.  

Some significant transactions have included:

  • Leasing arrangements for investors involved in industrial manufacturing and trade industries.
  • Financing of various businesses through access to the international debt capital markets.
  • International term and revolver loans and lines of credit for financial institutions in several countries.
  • Advising listed companies on the emerging markets’ stock exchanges in regard to compliance issues and stockholder matters.
In addition to counseling financial institutions and/or their respective investors in their current operations, PARKWOOD professionals have advised on the formation and expansion of such institutions, including the formation of banks, bank holding companies and the creation of branch offices and subsidiaries.