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.

Areas of focus

  • General Advisory
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Intellectual Property
  • Contracts
  • Business Succession Planning
  • Dispute Resolution
  • + More
 

Why chose us?

Integrity

We are committed to resolving
your matter quickly and without
incurring unnecessary costs.

Tons of experience

We have a team of more than
20 lawyers. When you work
with IRB, you gain access to
that collective experience.

 

Transparent, affordable fees

We believe legal services should
be affordable to all. We offer
transparent, affordable, and
fixed free pricing.

 

Some of our Corporate Law team

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Mohamed Baiross

Managing 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.

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Jeremy Cheong

Partner

Jeremy has particular expertise in civil and commercial matters, for both transactional and dispute resolution matters. He regularly handles litigation, international arbitration, insolvency, and restructuring matters.

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Rebecca Chia

Senior Associate

Rebecca is a senior associate of the firm with a strong practice in civil litigation. She advises and represents clients on matters such as arbitration, construction and engineering disputes, defamation, estate law, and more.

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Roy'yani Abdul Razak

Senior Associate

Roy'yani is a senior associate at IRB Law. She has an excellent legal mind, excelling in both contentious and non-contentious matters. She advises clients on corporate and civil law, Syariah and Estate Planning.

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