Financing and Raising Capital

Businesses looking to scale up and grow can do so in many ways, a common one would be to borrow money to fund expansion in the form of hiring new staff, purchasing systems etc. Banks are not the only source of financing – we regularly advise businesses on raising money from individuals, private equity firms, or other established businesses looking to broaden their portfolio of investments.

As a condition to providing capital for expansion, investors and lenders often require security of some sort to be furnished, in the form of personal guarantees or charges over assets. In addition, they may also the businesses to provide regular updates and information on the status of the business.

Speak to our team today to understand the implications of such arrangements. Common documents relating to growing your business are:

  • Loan and facility agreements
  • Security documents
  • Joint venture agreements
  • Investment agreements
  • Advice on international expansion
  • Cross-border regularisation

Not all situations will require the full suite of agreements and documents. We understand that costs are a factor to be considered. Speak with our experienced corporate lawyers to work out what you do not need, in addition to what may be useful.

Financing and Raising Capital
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Some of Our Corporate Law Team

Mohamed Baiross

Founding Partner

Baiross is the managing partner of IRB Law LLP. He is an experienced lawyer with an excellent reputation across a broad selection of practice areas including divorce, insolvency, crime, probate, syariah, and civil litigation.

Ashwin Ganapathy

Partner

Ashwin has a keen passion in criminal defence and contested matrimonial matters. He has gained a reputation for fearlessly fighting for the defence of accused persons in all types of criminal offences.

Kulvinder Kaur

Partner

Kulvinder’s practice focuses on civil and commercial litigation, and matrimonial affairs. She has successfully obtained sole custody and highly favorable access arrangements for her clients (both mothers and fathers).

Cherie Tan

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Cherie’s primary focus is on matrimonial matters where her empathy, sensitivity and patience has won her many cases involving divorce, maintenance and custody. She speaks English, Mandarin and Hokkien.

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