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Charlotte Clayson
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Christopher Plumley
Partner
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Helen Randall
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Helen Mitcheson
Solicitor
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Ian Doolittle
Partner
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John Forde
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Jordan Ellis
Associate
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Laurence Target
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Lucy Doran
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Neil Waller
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Paul McDermott
Partner
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Rebecca Rees
Trowers & Hamlins
Salman Ahmed
Partner and head of Islamic finance MENA
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Contributions by Trowers & Hamlins

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Bai salam documentation and transaction mechanics
Bai salam documentation and transaction mechanics
Practice notes

This Practice Note looks at the key elements of a bai salam transaction before considering the documentation and mechanics used including, in particular, the mechanism and key terms of a master bai salam agreement, stand-alone bai salam agreements and the agency agreement

Middle East and Far East Sukuk
Middle East and Far East Sukuk
Practice notes

This Practice Note considers the differences between the Sukuk markets in the Middle East and Far East and looks at recent trends and types of transaction structure commonly used

The structure and required elements of a bai salam transaction
The structure and required elements of a bai salam transaction
Practice notes

This Practice Note covers the key terminology used in bai salam transaction structures and the impact of different Shari’ah schools of thought. It looks at the usual structures of a bai salam transaction and examines the key elements required, as well as considering the main differences with other transaction structures, particularly istisna’a.

Contributions by Trowers & Hamlins Experts

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Interest in possession beneficiaries (life tenants)—income tax
Interest in possession beneficiaries (life tenants)—income tax
Practice notes

This Practice Note, written by Jordan Ellis of Trowers & Hamlins LLP, considers the income tax treatment of the life tenant of an interest in possession (IIP) trust. It also explains the source of the beneficiary’s income, when the liability to tax arises, and steps for calculating, reporting and paying the income and income tax due on it.

Key deal structures in social housing finance
Key deal structures in social housing finance
Practice notes

This Practice Note explains the key bond issue, private placement and loan facilities deal structures used in social housing finance and includes structure diagrams.

Offshore wind—permits and permissions
Offshore wind—permits and permissions
Practice notes

This Practice Note looks at the planning process for offshore wind farms.

Social housing entities entering into finance transactions
Social housing entities entering into finance transactions
Practice notes

This Practice Note explains the nature of social housing entities, how they are regulated and the regulatory, corporate and charity law issues that need to be considered when social housing entities enter into finance transactions. It also looks at capacity issues that may arise under particular types of finance transactions, in particular interest rate swaps and other derivatives, on-lending and entering into guarantees or granting security.

Taking and enforcing security from social housing entities
Taking and enforcing security from social housing entities
Practice notes

This Practice Note explains the key issues to consider when taking or enforcing security from social housing entities that are particular to a social housing financing context.

The key financing terms in social housing finance
The key financing terms in social housing finance
Practice notes

This Practice Note summarises the key financing terms in social housing finance. It covers financial covenants and other key sector specific provisions.

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