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Leveraged Finance

We are at the sharp end of market developments

Our team of German, English and New York law qualified debt finance lawyers is at the sharp end of market developments.

Close co-operation within our corporate and tax practice gives us competitive edge when structuring transactions and our strength has been cited on a number of occasions, giving clients further confidence in our capabilities.

Our focus

Our sector knowledge and understanding of clients’ business strategies enable us to get to the heart of the rationale for every debt package we advise on. Lenders and sponsors/borrowers need to structure deals to suit market conditions and our lawyers are well versed in all forms of leveraged financing.

Our international network allows us to build a multi-jurisdictional leveraged debt team with an extensive European and U.S. capital markets capability. We have experts in all major jurisdictions and offer specialised high yield advice - a key service for those wishing to exploit new market opportunities.
Consequently, we provide clients with a full service: senior, second-lien, mezzanine and payment-in-kind (PIK) debt, bridge-to-bond financings, bank/bond financings, high-yield debt offerings, securitisation take-outs and debt buy-backs and restructurings. 

News & insights

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News: 23 APRIL 2021

Allen & Overy advised House of HR on the acquisition of German avanti group

Allen & Overy has advised House of HR, the leading European service group active in the field of HR, in connection with the implementation of its German expansion plans by the acquisition of German…

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Covid-19 COVInsAG

Publications: 01 MARCH 2021

Covid-19 coronavirus: Amendment to COVInsAG

Partial suspension of obligation to file for insolvency extended until 30 April 2021 – **Update February 2020**

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Covid-19

Publications: 31 MARCH 2020

Covid-19 coronavirus: Access to new debt and equity during the corona crisis

Fundamental changes for restructuring and shareholder loans

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German partners

Publications: 29 MAY 2019

Future Licence Requirement for Crypto Wallet Providers in Germany

On 20 May 2019, the German Federal Ministry of Finance published a draft bill (Referentenentwurf – “Draft Bill”) for the implementation of the Fifth Money Laundering Directive (“AMD 5”).

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