Financial law

Capital is essential to the running of a business, and enterprises may be financed by means of equity capital or loan capital. All kinds of financial constructions are possible when raising loan capital. In this connection, companies are often confronted with complicated legal constructions and products as security for the organisations that provide the funds, in most cases banks. Our lawyers can help you with all of this. We have a great deal of experience in:

  • corporate finance;
  • credit agreements such as interest rate swaps, credit terms and terminating credit agreements;
  • duty of care for banks;
  • security rights, including pledges and mortgage rights;
  • contracts of suretyship;
  • leasing.

At Factum Advocaten, our lawyers advise and assist entrepreneurs when raising loan capital, and we give you a clear picture of the risks involved.