Banking is better together.
From simple loan agreements to complex debt arrangements, our specialist banking and finance lawyers advise institutions on a full range of finance matters.
What our banking and finance lawyers do
Our specialist banking and finance lawyers advise banks and other lenders, borrowers and businesses on a full range of financial matters including banking dispute resolution and litigation.
From simple loan agreements to the most complex of structured debt arrangements, our specialist banking and finance lawyers help our clients achieve successful, timely and cost-effective outcomes to financial matters, with the minimum of fuss.
Read more about our expertise in banking and finance transactions, banking and finance dispute resolution.
What they say
"We use them because they are very consistent, competitively priced and deliver an outstanding service"
Client quote, Chambers and Partners
How our banking and finance lawyers work
Our banking and financial lawyers have real-world experience, some gained from working within the financial services sector. This means our banking lawyers have insight into the culture and needs of all parties.
We are members of the LMA, the ICC (UK) and R3. Our finance lawyers sit on influential committees (including the Committee on Banking Technique and Practice of the ICC (UK)) and regularly contribute to key sector publications.
The result is a team of banking and finance solicitors at the vanguard of the rapidly evolving issues which are relevant to our clients, always abreast of the latest market developments.
By drawing further on DMH Stallard’s legal expertise across every area of practice, we are able to ensure a bespoke and joined up legal service which meets the precise requirements of every client and of every finance transaction or dispute.
With offices in London, Gatwick, Guildford and throughout the South East, our banking and finance lawyers enjoy strong relationships within the communities in which our clients are based.
How we've helped
A client needed a mixed team of banking lawyers to review a portfolio of loans within a tight time frame. An analytical, investigative approach was required, as well as practical knowledge of SME lending. We drew together a team of dispute resolution and transactional lawyers at short notice who carried out the review by the required deadline.