Insolvency and Capital Markets
Insolvency is the inability of an individual or entity to pay its debts as and when they fall due and the process involved in debt recovery. Insolvency law involves using legal tools to recover debts, non performing loans, insolvency related litigation, negation with creditors for settlement, security and credit reviews for lenders and borrowers.
Capital Markets involves transactions on the issue of debt or equity securities either to the public or a group of investors. It governs where a company uses equity securities (stock, or other ownership shares of the business) or debt securities (representing an initial borrowing of money, with a specific amount to be repaid over time) to meet its financing need. We conduct due diligence review on the issuer of the securities, draft the prospectus and other disclosure documents describing the issuer and its securities to the potential investors, negotiate agreements between the issuer and its advisers and navigate the transaction through regulatory hurdles