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Working closely with our clients, we find innovative solutions for the fast-evolving market in structured finance and derivatives.
As the market and regulatory framework for structured finance and derivatives continues to develop, our team advises on a wide range of transactions across a variety of asset classes, with both traditional and bespoke revenue and collateral structures.
We advise buy and sell-side clients on the entire spectrum of derivative products including equity derivatives, credit derivatives, commodity derivatives, interest rate, FX and inflation derivatives.
Together with our specialist restructuring and dispute resolution teams, we can guide you through the complete life cycle of a transaction, from origination and ongoing performance and administration, to event-driven situations, including distressed and defaulting assets and portfolios, and ultimately to restructurings, portfolio sales and acquisitions, unwinds, liquidations and counterparty disputes.
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