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The Recovery Loan Scheme for UK businesses impacted by COVID-19

A brief update on the closure of applications for the COVID Corporate Financing Facility, Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme, Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme and Bounce Back Loan Scheme and the introduction of the Recovery Loan Scheme
10 June 2021

Ethical Finance: a focus for 2021 and beyond

The ethics of borrowers and their debt-funded projects has fast become a dominant theme of the UK debt market in 2021, coinciding with an increasing awareness of the UK and Scottish governments’ commitment to achieving net zero
09 June 2021

FCA issues final set of rules to improve operational resilience within the UK’s financial sector

The FCA has recently published rules establishing operational resilience as a central regulatory requirement for regulated financial services businesses
20 May 2021

Agents Beware! The Citibank/Revlon case – are there English law implications?

We consider the implications of the Citibank/Revlon payment error case on facility agents in English law governed financings
18 May 2021

Press release

Burges Salmon sees further growth with partner appointments

The firm is pleased to announce the appointment of five new partners, across key growth areas including Banking and Finance, Dispute Resolution and Projects
30 March 2021

Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) and Net Zero

Will the attitudes to zero carbon be the burning platform that push developers to embrace MMC?
21 April 2020

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COVID-19: closing finance transactions in the days of social distancing

In this guidance note, we examine the extent to which, under both Scots and English law, companies and their funders are able to operate and enter into contracts remotely
01 April 2020

Commercial rent income: issues for landlords in light of COVID-19

With pressures on cash flow mounting, many commercial tenants may seek flexibility from landlords on rent payments. This article summarises the implications for landlords and tenants
25 March 2020

Governance and duties in the time of COVID-19

When faced with financial difficulty, directors face additional duties and responsibilities. This article outlines the key considerations and practical points for directors to consider
23 March 2020

COVID-19: Can the lender pull the loan?

Could reduced trading and profitability result in draw stop and/or an event of default?

16 March 2020

Top Tips for Terminating Contracts

Matthew Walker from the firm's Dispute Resolution team discusses the key points to consider when terminating contracts

11 June 2019

Does the EU syndicated loan market give rise to competition concerns?

We summarise the report published by the European Commission in April 2019 on 'EU loan syndication and its impact on competition in credit markets' and consider the implications for syndicated lenders
16 May 2019
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