Ever since our establishment, we have been continuously acting for a number of banks on every aspect of banking transactions, working on complex arrangements in their domestic and overseas operations.
Our team regularly provides both expert and solution-focused advice to Turkish and international banks on all aspects of banking law and the regulation affecting their businesses. Team members work closely with colleagues in other jurisdictions on cross-border financial services issues and impact of global reforms.
Our specialist team members have expert knowledge, relevant in-house and regulatory experience and a practical understanding of the financial services industry, its products and regulatory environment.
We are able to provide commercial banks and non-banking financial institutions with all-round professional legal service and support across all aspects of the business.
Our attorneys have substantial knowledge relating to the products and services banks can offer their customers in many fields, including securities, electronic banking, payment systems as well as consumer and commercial lending.
We provide top level expertise to clients who raise or lend funds in the debt or capital markets. We are particularly adept at recognizing the dynamics of markets and offer practical and commercially astute advice.
We also provide transactional services across a full range of debt structures including loan facilities, financing structures, securitization, derivatives, acquisition finance and asset finance.
Our lawyers have profound experience in financial markets and in-depth knowledge of the EU and international regulations. We meticulously adapt complex international market products and structures to Turkish law concepts and institutions so as to ensure the legality and coherence of such products under Turkish laws and regulations.
The expertise of our team extends to Islamic Finance and Sharia compliant transactions as well. We have the ability to act for financiers in the use of Murabaha and Ijara financing models secured against real estate and in the use of corporate bonds (Sukuk) or joint ventures for project financing, corporate finance and funds transactions (Mudaraba and Musharaka).