Banking and Finance
"[Pradhan & Associates] also has noted specializations in banking and finance ......, amongst others".
Chambers & Partners
The firm has been involved in many ground-breaking and innovative banking and finance transactions in the country.
We have advised various export credit agencies, bilateral agencies and supranational organizations in various innovative and sophisticated cross-border banking and finance transactions in infrastructure, electricity generation, electricity transmission grid and manufacturing sectors..
We have advised supranational organizations in granting sovereign debt to obtaining sovereign guarantee from the Government of Nepal in sophisticated cross-border banking and finance transactions.
We periodically advise world's major international banks, investment and merchant banking firms, and other financial institutions in licensing and wide range of sophisticated cross-border banking and finance transactions. We have advised various multinational financial institutions in relation to payment system services and assisted them in obtaining licenses from the central bank.
In this area, we provide following services:
|Asset-based finance||Acquisition finance|
|Structured finance||Leveraged finance|
|Limited recourse finance||Project finance|
|Cross-border banking and finance transactions||Sovereign debts and guarantees|
|High value guarantees and letters of credit||Foreign exchange regulatory|
|Obtaining license for financial institutions||Financial service regulatory|
- Banking & Finance Law Firm of the Year in Nepal - ACQ Global Awards 2015 – ACQ Magazine
- Banking & Finance Law Firm in Nepal - 2015 Golden Global Award – LegalComprehensive
- Banking & Finance Law Firm of the Year in Nepal - 2014 Golden Global Award – LegalComprehensive
- Banking & Finance Law Firm in Nepal - Leading Lawyer Awards 2012 - Lawyers World Magazine
Nepal Opens Door to Foreign Banks, Asia Pacific Regional Forum News, Vol. 19, No. 1, International Bar Association, London
Authored by Devendra Pradhan. Reproduced with permission from International Bar Association
- Banks and the Control of Money Laundering, (Nepal Chapter), Center for International Business Law, London (1999)