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Our specialists provide expert, practical legal advice across financing, capital markets, corporate, dispute resolution, regulatory, employment and tax to organisations throughout the rail transport supply chain.
We handle domestic and cross-border projects for financial institutions, investors, rolling stock lessors, train operators, manufacturers and public bodies, who benefit from our extensive understanding of the close relationships between rail and other transport, construction and infrastructure industries.
Rail finance is a strength. Our continued involvement with all participants in the industry means that we are familiar with the commercial, legal and regulatory drivers behind financial transactions. Using our skills in asset finance, leasing, project and structured finance, and the restructuring of finance facilities, we deliver innovative solutions to the most complex projects.
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WFW advised on all aspects of the transaction, including structuring and the purchase agreements for both new build rolling stock and an existing pool of locomotives purchased by Nexrail.
This Spanish newsletter discusses some practical aspects of the Cape Town Convention’s Luxembourg Rail Protocol following the announcement by the Spanish Government of their intention to sign it.