We’re trusted by clients to take a commercial and pragmatic approach within real estate finance. We understand the importance of delivering an excellent service, on time and within budget. We’re known for working hard to simplify and streamline the process for every client, taking time to understand your transactional needs, as well as the challenges presented across a wide range of sectors.
Our clients include all major UK clearing banks, challenger banks, private equity funds, insurers/life funds, non-bank lenders and non-UK lenders. We have particular, practical experience of advising those active in the investment, development, PRS, housebuilding, hotel, education, healthcare and retail sectors.
What sets us apart is our combined scale and breadth of expertise. With a strong real estate finance offering in 12 locations in the UK and Ireland, as well as relevant experience in France, Germany and the Middle East, we have the size and resource to undertake real estate finance transactions of all sizes and complexity and the local knowledge to enable us to add value and deliver transactions cost effectively.
Kate Kirby, Construction & Infrastructure Partner at global legal business, DWF, comments on the CIPS/IHS Markit construction PMI figures for January 2020. She said:
Lee Pickett, Real Estate Partner at global legal services business DWF, comments on the latest Halifax House Price Index for November.
DWF, the global legal business, has advised Countrywide plc on the sale of Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) to John Bengt Moeller.
A key summary by Babita Ambekar, Head of India: Corporate at DWF, on the latest proposals raised by Indian Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman, with respect to the further opening up of select industry sectors to additional foreign direct investment.
Global legal business DWF has appointed Kevin McGlone as a partner to its expanding real estate team in Scotland.
With the third anniversary of Land and Buildings Transaction Tax in Scotland fast approaching, we consider the key issues for commercial tenants.
Legal business DWF has appointed three partners to the Dublin office as it continues to strengthen its commercial capability across key practice areas.