India’s financial sector has been one of the key drivers in India’s efforts to achieve success in rapidly developing its economy. While the Banking industry in India is progressively complying with the international prudential norms and accounting practices, there are certain areas in which the Banking and Financial Sector do not have a level playing field as compared to other participants in the financial markets in the world. However, it seems that as of late, India has been successfully able to draft laws that enable Banks and Financial Institutions to realise long – term assets, manage problems of liquidity, asset liability, asset liability mismatches and improve recovery by exercising powers to take possession of securities, sell them and reduce non- performing assets by adopting recovery measures for recovery or reconstruction.
In light of the current economic scenario, Khurana and Khurana excel at offering a comprehensive service portfolio to the lenders, borrowers, advisers and other intermediaries. The clients include leading banks, financial institutions, NBFCs and business houses. Challenging structuring issues and complex negotiations are the main strengths of the firm. The firm handles the entire spectrum of work including due diligence on the Borrowers, Promoters and Projects / Securities, structuring transactions, drafting term sheets and transactional documents, negotiations, advising on the regulatory framework and related issues.
Khurana and Khurana are engaged in advising both Indian and international banks and financial institutions. It assists, advises, drafts and vets Transaction/Financing Documents including loan agreements, security trustee agreements, inter-creditor agreements, deeds of guarantee, mortgage deeds, hypothecation deeds, deeds of pledge, assignment deeds, trust and retention account agreements, escrow agreements, and other related documents.
In addition to aforesaid corporate services, Khurana and Khurana excel at conducting proceedings under the banking and Finance laws. Be it before the Tribunal, Appellate Forum or the Respective Appellate Courts.