“Green bonds” have seen a steady increase in recent years, with over $500 billion in green bonds issued in 2022. However, there is some debate over whether all ofContinue Reading EU Green Bonds: One Step Closer to a New Standard for Sustainable Bonds
Thijs Elseman is a member of the Finance & Restructuring Group. He focuses his practice on corporate finance, restructuring and insolvency. Thijs advises corporates, investment banks, financial institutions and private equity investors on a wide range of corporate finance transactions, including bilateral and syndicated loans, acquisition and asset financing and debt and equity capital market transactions. He is regularly involved in complex, distressed financing transactions and cross-border restructurings. Before joining Greenberg Traurig in 2022, Thijs worked at a large international law firm in their Amsterdam and London office for more than 12 years.
The Dutch Scheme allows tenants to restructure their debt, including outstanding rent, outside of formal insolvency proceedings under a court-approved restructuring plan. A tenant may also propose amendments to, inter…Continue Reading The ‘top-up’ (bank) guarantee in a Dutch Scheme – for as long as it lasts…
Unpredictable market conditions require innovative solutions to tackle business challenges. Although the real estate industry is fast-paced and global, it is a small world all the same. Due to the…Continue Reading Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR): Considerations for Real Estate Businesses in an Unpredictable Market
Tracking the financial covenants in loan documents is a key priority for borrowers in a bear market.
Breach of a financial covenant ultimately may lead to acceleration of the outstanding…Continue Reading Key Priorities for Borrowers in a Bear Market