Project & structured finance

DibbsBarker advises both lenders and borrowers on the development and financing of residential, commercial and infrastructure projects. We prepare and negotiate all relevant documentation, structuring it to ensure that our clients’ risks are mitigated should there be potential for delays, project failure or if deals are broken.

Our lawyers not only consider the legal impacts on our client, but also the commercial and operational aspects of the project to ensure we find the unique balance required for each case. Our lawyers provide advice in respect of all aspects of:

  • development and construction financing
  • revenue neutral financing
  • leveraged financing
  • professional services financing
  • corporate finance.

We prepare and negotiate all relevant documentation and provide advice in respect of all aspects of:

  • lending for general corporate purposes
  • secured and unsecured multi-option facilities
  • syndicated loans
  • subordinated and mezzanine loans
  • debtor financing and cashflow lending
  • trade financing.
T +61 2 8233 9550
Recent News and Publications
20 Oct 2017
Earlier this year, the Federal Government announced that it would introduce a new external dispute resolution framework for the banking and finance sector through the establishment of a 'one-stop shop' for all financial complaints, the Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA).
09 Aug 2017
The July 2017 edition of the Financial Services Newsletter (a LexisNexis publication) contains an article by John Stragalinos entitled ‘Insolvent trading – safe harbour is on the way but what should directors do today if faced with financial difficulty?’
08 Aug 2017
Electronic conveyancing commenced in NSW in 2013, allowing (but not requiring) lenders to electronically lodge mortgages and discharges of mortgages through Property Exchange Australia (PEXA).