The C&LA team advises a number of large banks on a variety of high-profile and sensitive disputes. It has represented banks in high-value collection cases and has also dealt with issues related to Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Act 2016, a law requiring banks to arbitrarily disclose personal and confidential information.
Our Corporate lawyers and groups of attorneys are experienced in advising financial institutions, sponsors, and developers on domestic and cross-border projects and corporate financing.
We also have extensive knowledge of Shariah-compliant structures such as sukuk transactions and modaraba financing and can also advise on a wide range of financial products, from syndicated and convertible loans to leveraged finance and acquisition finance.
Our team is well versed in all aspects of structured finance, securitization, and all modes of Islamic finance. We have a strong track record of working on significant cross-border transactions, and our clients include many foreign financial institutions and many local multilateral institutions. Our experience extends to advising on the establishment of microfinance banks and institutions in Pakistan and to all aspects of banking regulatory issues.