Given the high involvement of international banks in the loans required for many private sector and governmental projects under Vision 2030 and the National Transformation Plan, conventional (non-Islamic) structures remain common, even for financing to Saudi corporations or projects. Drafting and advising on such agreements requires both the market-leading experience provided by Linklaters and the deep knowledge of Saudi law and practice which the Z&Co. team possesses.
Martin Creek is one of Z&Co.’s experts on finance and corporate law advising clients in a wide range of matters, including corporate and commercial law, capital markets, bank finance, and foreign investment transactions. Working collectively with Linklaters, his team has extensive experience with such conventional arrangements, many of which require cross-border experience in a number of jurisdictions, including the following transactions:
As the leading law firm in Saudi Arabia, Z&Co.’s banking lawyers regularly advises on transactions across financial institutions, companies and governments on domestic and international bank financings. Contact us now.