Property Finance

The Property Finance department here at DKLM acts for a wide range of lenders, including banks, bridging finance companies and high net worth individuals. Our experienced, partner lead team regularly advises on complex, high value Property finance transactions involving Prime Central London assets.

We know that when it comes to Property Finance, time is of the essence and a quick turnaround is key. Our team of commercially minded lawyers have the ability to get deals done within days of instruction to ensure that time sensitive investment opportunities are realised, whilst also ensuring that our clients’ position is rigorously protected.

Our team prides itself on its commercial acumen as well as its technical knowledge and our clients appreciate our ability to find creative decisions to get deals over the line in highly challenging circumstances.

The team is complimented by a strong corporate department which can assist clients with incorporations, inter-creditor arrangements and any other corporate/commercial issues which arise during the course of a transaction.

Key Contacts: Charles SlaterRupika Dawda, Philip Li,


Secured Recoveries

Every transaction carries with it an element of risk and our Secured Recoveries department can assist in circumstances where a client faces a redemption shortfall.

Unfortunately, defaults happen. Our partner-led Secured Recoveries team takes a pragmatic, case-by-case approach and works with our clients to put swift, robust recovery procedures into place as soon as they are needed. The team has extensive experience of a wide variety of recovery techniques on both a secured and un-secured basis, including cases with a cross-border element.

We work with other professionals including LPA Receivers and Insolvency Practitioners to do what is necessary to recover sums owed to our client. As with everything the firm does, a commercial approach is paramount and we work closely with our clients to ensure that all recovery action is tailored towards our clients’ commercial imperatives.

Key Contacts: Michael Adamson, Jeremy Kleinfeld, Laura Reeves