We have worked with different Sharia'a committees and advisers to structure some of the most complex and innovative Islamic finance transactions representing a range of institutions including sovereigns, corporates and financial institutions. We also regularly host and participate in Islamic finance conferences and training workshops across the GCC region.
Our experience spans all types of Islamic finance transactions (including sukuk, murabaha, mudaraba musharaka bai salaam, ijara, istisna'a,). DWF’s Islamic finance team have extensive expertise and experience in both Islamic finance and conventional finance and are at the forefront of innovation as Islamic financing techniques and products evolve.
DWF, the global legal business, has appointed Ted Harrison as a Partner in the Financial Services sector
The UK Government on 28 March 2020 announced plans to bring forward legislation to amend the UK's insolvency laws “at the earliest opportunity” in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Whilst the timing of the proposed changes remains uncertain (given that parliament is currently in recess until 21 April 2020) the Government hopes that the amendments will give companies a degree of extra time and space to weather the current storm.
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in unprecedented challenges for both landlords and tenants, with much uncharted territory ahead.
Our team assess the passing of the Coronavirus Act 2020 and what it means for the real estate sector and businesses.
Recent reports suggest that hotel and leisure premises may need to be repurposed to support emergency and essential services in light of the COVID-19 crisis, we consider the implications on such businesses.
Read our latest update on how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting rental payments.
Global legal business DWF has appointed Kevin McGlone as a partner to its expanding real estate team in Scotland.