Our Financial Services Group provides a wide array of financial legal services from acting for various lender clients such as banks, credit unions, life insurance companies, pension plans, fund managers and mortgage brokers in relation to the provision of operating loan facilities, term loan facilities, subordinated debt facilities, mezzanine financing, collections, commercial mortgage loans securing industrial, commercial and multi-tenant residential properties to acting for the persons, firms, partnerships, limited partnerships, co-ownership syndicates, joint ventures, real estate investment trusts, and corporations to whom such loan facilities are provided and assisting those borrowers in the structuring of their borrowing entity, negotiating on their behalf the terms of any borrowing or loan facilities with financial institutions and completing those loan transactions.
Clients expect that our lawyers know the law, that is a given. While many lawyers know the law, TDS lawyers make an extra effort to not only know our clients' business, but also to understand their industry and the nuances that go along with each unique sector.
In order to better understand the evolving needs of financial services companies and borrowers, we are members of or are active in the Risk Management Association and the VA Angels Group.
Our financial services lawyers work as part of our clients’ team to develop strategies and solve problems, including:
While you focus on the operation of your business, we will work on solving your legal problems and protecting your interests. Whatever your challenge, we’re ready to support you.
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