Finance. Capital Markets

The lawyers at Stuchlíková & Partners have extensive experience in finance, banking, and capital markets.

Our lawyers have provided advice to Czech and foreign banks, collective investment funds, pension funds, insurance companies, securities brokers, issuers of securities, and other financial institutions.

Stuchlíková & Partners's services relating to banking include the following:

  • Structuring financing, loans, credits, including preparation and negotiations relating to term sheets and mandate agreements
  • Preparation and negotiation of credit and security documentation for all types of loans, including acquisition, export, or syndicated financing
  • Refinancing existing indebtedness, freeing up current security instruments
  • Legal due diligence for creditors and debtors
  • Preparation of corporate and consumer banking products (including loans, depository and investment products)

Our lawyers have extensive experience with collective investment:

  • Establishing collective investment funds and preparation of related corporate documentation
  • Creating ownership structures for companies and funds (for financing and taxes)
  • Preparation and negotiation of agreements with contact banks, depository agreements, management contracts, and distribution agreements
  • Representation in proceedings conducted by the Czech National Bank

In relation to capital market regulation, Stuchlíková & Partners provides the following services:

  • Preparation of regulatory surveys regarding capital market regulation
  • Compliance of marketing materials and sales manuals with the regulatory requirements
  • Public and private offer of securities and other financial instruments
  • Advice relating to trading with derivatives and structured financial products
  • Representation in proceedings conducted by the Czech National Bank and the Ministry of Finance
  • Implementing new regulatory requirements for the internal processes of financial institutions (MiFID)
  • Mandatory takeover bids, squeeze-outs
  • Quotation of investment instruments or delisting from the investment instruments market
  • Insider dealing