Financing in times of crisis

Financing in times of crisis

The banking and finance experts of Schoenherr Attorneys at Law have compiled a comprehensive Central and Eastern European overview of the practical legal implications to be considered in finance transactions in the context of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

How can macroeconomic implications of a crisis, which are not specific to a certain borrower or lender (or a group of borrowers or lenders), affect financing transactions? This overview is published in the context of the ongoing 2020 coronavirus pandemic and will be updated regularly as the situation evolves—for more information on the legal effects of COVID-19 visit Schoenherr’s Coronavirus Info Corner.

It covers the following countries:

  • Austria
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Bulgaria
  • Croatia
  • Czech Republic
  • Hungary
  • Montenegro
  • North Macedonia
  • Poland
  • Romania
  • Serbia
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • The Turkish Republic

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About the author:

Meet Neil:

1. Banking and finance lawyer with particular experience in asset finance

2. Likes Wales, wine, sport and anything else that means he doesn’t have the time to have to write personal information about himself

3. Thinks the law is a far broader topic than any of his family and friends who do not work in law

Neil specialises in banking and asset finance transactions with a particular emphasis in finance for shipping, aviation and renewable energy, as well as providing corporate transactional support. He trained and qualified at TLT LLP and spent a further four years working as a finance solicitor, acting for borrowers and lenders before joining the Asset Finance team at DLA Piper (UK) LLP.