The asset-based finance industry is a rapidly emerging area of business finance, particularly after the global financial crisis and the changes in capital requirements. When cash flow is low, asset-based lending delivers solutions in a variety of scenarios. We can help you succeed in this area.
Account receivables and inventory are often the largest assets on a company’s balance sheet but may result in a shortage of working capital. Asset-based financing solves this problem. We focus on securitisations, factoring, and lending against inventory and other alternatively structured finance transactions.
Digital transformation is all about using the latest technology to improve your business model. Digital technology creates new business opportunities which in turn creates a whole new range of tax and legal challenges such as contracting, data protection, privacy questions, intellectual property, consumer protection and competition issues.
Since 1 May 2022, virtual currency service providers and custodian wallets providers operating in Belgium must be registered with the FSMA and must comply with Belgian anti-money laundering regulation
ESG & Sustainable Investment
Sustainability is becoming an increasingly important factor in the decisions of investors, companies, consumers, shareholders and policy- and lawmakers. The broadly supported awareness for the Environmental Social and Governance (‘ESG’) objectives is reflected in many international voluntary standards as well as in an increasing number of European regulations to mobilise financing for sustainable growth.
How will the emergence of ESG litigation impact Dutch businesses? Based on recent regulatory developments and private enforcement actions, this trend report provides practical guidance when dealing wi
Our team is experienced in all forms of asset-based finance transactions, e.g.:
- residential and commercial mortgage-backed securities (RMBS and CMBS)
- regulation and financing consumer loans
- auto lease securitisations and lending
- structuring, restructuring, termination and liquidation of securitisation transactions (including true sale and synthetic securitisation transactions)
- financing for leveraged buyouts, recapitalizations and working capital needs
- receivables financing (receivables purchase structures, asset-based structures, factoring, supply chain finance, invoice discounting structures or securitisation structures)
- warehouse loan facilities
- asset-based lending / borrowing-based finance