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We have extensive knowledge across all areas of banking and finance and experience working with banks – both international and domestic - as well as loan acquisition companies and all types of corporate and financial institutions.

We offer advice on the NAMA process and the acquisition and disposal of loan portfolios and act for banks and financial institutions on restructuring and security reviews, refinancing securities and enforcements.

Our Services

  • Debt and Equity Security
  • Intercreditor Agreements
  • Restructuring and Security Review
  • Asset Backed Lending Advice
  • Refinancing Securities
  • Corporate Financing Agreements
  • Debt and Equity Security

Recent Transactions

  • Advised one of Ireland’s leading nursing home operators on the buyout of its investors at the end of the tax scheme. This included new fundraising to effect the buyout of the borrowers/tax investors pursuant to a put and call option agreement. View more details.

Contact our Banking & Finance Lawyers in Dublin, Ireland

If you require legal advice on any of the above services or any other legal matter, get in touch on touch +353 1 663 2000 to speak with one of our experienced solicitors.

 

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Testimonials

"We simply cannot fault the service we receive from SOR. They have specialist solicitors in each area where we need advice and we’ve had contact with 4 different partners during the last 14 months, and the experience has been the same each time. Really really good."

Justin Cahill, Chairman, CMC Platform Financials

Office location

74 Pembroke Road
Dublin 4
Ireland

Phone +353 1 663 2000
Fax +353 1 663 2001
Email

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