From bilateral and syndicated loans, asset finance and debt restructuring, through to structuring leases and project documentation to ensure that they are institutionally bankable, we are known for our national renewables finance expertise.
We’re committed to achieving your commercial objectives. We work hard to understand the issues you’re likely to encounter in each renewables financing transaction. Our sector experience, involving a significant number of on-shore wind projects and CHP Biomass projects, demonstrates our in-depth understanding of the issues involved in renewables finance transactions.
We give you the confidence you need that all aspects of your project will be managed effectively. Our approach is to offer a uniquely partner-led service, grounded in regionally relevant teams and fee structures, as well as links with sector lenders and developers. Our nationally respected renewables finance specialists work as an extension of your in-house team, drawing in experts from across the firm, including banking, real estate, projects, regulatory, corporate and renewables energy experts as needed.
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.
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.
DWF's Debt Capital Markets team has advised Neutral Capital Finance PLC in its capacity as issuer of a green US$50m medium term note Eurobond programme.