Non-performing loans are a good investment – as long as you know how to capitalise on them.
On the face of it, loans which can no longer be serviced sound like a worst-case scenario – for both the debtor and the creditor. But, in reality, trading non-performing loans (NPL) offers huge opportunities. Corporate financing and loans secured by property play a key role in company reorganisation and restructuring.
Over our decades of experience, our law firm has developed tried-and-tested mechanisms for accurately uncovering“hidden” value during the pricing and servicing of loans. Our specialists have been working together for years in well-established teams and are by our clients’ sides every step of the way. We can even find pragmatic solutions for complex circumstances, all the while keeping economic benefits and legal risks in mind. We are highly skilled at working to tight deadlines and with international companies.
We use our experience and in-depth knowledge to help businesses make the right decisions, while maximising the value of the loan.
What you need to know about non-performing loans
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- Numerous contributing factors need to be taken into account, such as selecting loan portfolios, approaching investors and performing due diligence