The financial sector is one of the most complex sectors in India that is growing at a quick speed. We at Lex Chambers provide a wide range of services including drafting and reviewing various documents pertaining to all kinds of financial arrangements, such as acquisition financing, raising of non-convertible debentures, external commercial borrowings, term loans, and working capital financing, factoring arrangements, securitization, and proceedings under banking laws and regulations, etc. We stand for asset managers, funds, real estate investors, arrangers, and corporate borrowers. We appreciate the increasingly complex nature of this field and provide informed solutions to conquer these legal challenges.
Our Banking & Finance practice comprises a team of dynamic professionals, who regularly advise on Projects and Infrastructure Financing, Debt Capital Markets, Working Capital, Structured Products, Acquisition Financing, Aviation Financing, Real Estate Loans, and general corporate loans. The team also assists with restructurings, cross-border financings, securitizations, and trade products and provides regulatory advice to varied players in the finance market including Banks and Financial Institutions.
Furthermore, we as a firm continue to work with and offer a comprehensive bouquet of services to leading Non-banking Financial Companies (NBFCs). Some of our clients also include lenders, borrowers, advisers, and other intermediaries dealing with NBFCs. The strength of the firm lies in understanding the complex structures of NBFCs and the peculiar issues associated with them. We provide comprehensive services, right from licensing of a newly formed NBFC to maintaining event-based transactions and compliance to closure.
We have noteworthy experience in transaction structuring, transaction advisory, and regulatory matters. We have advised and assisted clients on issues including IPOs, rights offerings, follow-on public offers, and corporate restructuring. We frequently and effectively advise clients on securities law issues pertaining to insider trading laws, and disclosures under the listing agreements to mitigate the possibility of litigation arising out of unfair trade practices in the securities market and on corporate governance issues.
Lex Chambers has a strong and varied Banking & Finance practice with separate verticals in project finance, corporate finance, and structured finance. As a firm, we continue to advise borrowers, lenders, and security providers. Our application of international best practices which when combined with in-depth knowledge, allows us to understand and anticipate potential business risks that may arise. Our multidisciplinary approach is owing to the teams of diverse strengths in litigation, tax, banking, corporate and regulatory backgrounds. This makes us well-positioned to support our clients on the most complex restructurings. Some of our clients comprise of operating creditors, banks, and other financial investors, and insolvency practitioners.
We have also provided assistance on transaction documents and advice on restructuring transactions, including securitization structures. This includes a review of existing documents and recommending solutions. As a firm, we extend our services to providing regulatory advice in relation to issues under the Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999, and its ancillary regulations. Our lawyers have also advised on a gamut of securitization, and asset reconstruction transactions and represented some of the pioneering asset reconstruction companies in India.
Our team is experienced in providing advice on debt restructuring, recoveries, equity capital raising, and restructuring, open offers, distressed M&A activity, and related advisory work. The comprehensive and agile approach has been trusted by several leading organizations to steer through the issues and challenges faced under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC).