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Loan Documentation Training Course

Negotiating loan documentation from both the financier and borrower perspectives

16 - 18 September 2020

Central London

This course focuses on documentation used in corporate loans, both bilateral and syndicated, including security and guarantee documentation, and the implications of insolvency on the contractual rights of the senior creditors. Gain practical knowledge and an in depth understanding of:

  • Negotiating loan documentation from both the financier and borrower perspectives
  • The interpretation of various clauses under common law
  • Enforceability issues and potential pitfalls in the drafting and negotiation of guarantees and letters of support
  • Different types of securities including mortgages, pledges, liens, constructive trusts, fixed and floating charges, mortgage debentures, and security over property, shares and insurance assignments
  • The implication of insolvency on the contractual rights of all parties involved

Download the Loan Documentation course brochure

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Dates: 10-12 February 2020 & 16-18 September 2020
Venue: Central London
Course Leader: Richard Capps, International Loan Documentation Expert
Course Fee: £2999.00 + VAT @ 20%  = £3598.80

View the Loan Documentation course agenda

Be guided step-by-step through the various components of loan documentation

You will cover indicative offer letters, loan agreements, guarantees, letters of comfort, mortgage debentures (fixed and floating charges) plus security over other forms of asset, including property, shares and insurance assignments. The course is focused on giving practical guidance to lenders and borrowers with extensive use of illustrative examples, case precedents, and challenging exercises for the participants.


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Richard has a rare blend of experience pertaining to Finance Documentation.

As a Corporate Relationship Manager at Chase Manhattan Bank he saw the lender’s perspective. He spent five years in M&A advisory and corporate restructurings at two investment
banks and then six years as CFO of a large public company which gave him valuable experience from the perspective of a corporate borrower.

IFF's Loan Documentation course is part of a portfolio of practical, professional courses that draw on our trainers' global experience.

Hear trainer Richard Capps introduce the course in this exclusive video.

"Extremely informative, very useful. All objectives were achieved, excellent course materials. This course is perfect and cannot be improved upon. I have been in banking for 28 years and this is the best course that I have ever attended"

Tracey Scanlon, 

Head of Trade Finance, Mizhari Tefahot Bank

cpd certified

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