This article details the upcoming transition away from LIBOR and towards other risk-free benchmark rates across multiple currencies, looking in particular at SONIA and SOFR.
This article discusses Greece’s new insolvency law.
The firm has won the ‘Restructuring Deal of the Year 2019’ award for its advice to Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA regarding the restructuring of NAS’ €250m Norwegian bond transaction.
WFW advised on matters of Marshall Islands, Liberian, Thai and maritime law and also, through our formal law alliance in Singapore with Wong Tan & Molly Lim LLC, Singapore law.
The portfolio comprise 11 wind farms and two photovoltaic plants located in France with a total installed capacity of 165 MW, all owned by French IPP Valorem.
Going once! Going twice! Sold! – English court gives helpful guidance on ship auction sale procedure9 October 2020
This article examines an Admiralty Court decision determining whether to approve the sale of a 7th generation drillship that had been laid up for a protracted period.
Sins of the Father: can a guarantor avoid liability by claiming to have been under ‘undue influence’ of a family member?5 October 2020
This article examines a recent decision in which the Commercial Court in London clarified a number of aspects of the law of undue influence.
Matt specialises in a broad range of finance transactions and has advised on some of the largest and most complex transactions in South East Asia.
This article explores the growing interest from private equity in the aviation sector as airlines, lessors and financiers seek to consolidate their position as a result of the turmoil caused by Covid-19.
The agreement, which has a total value of more than €250m, guarantees the stable continuation of the company’s activity, which has been active in the shipping market for four generations.