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With the recent economic downturn and ever changing regulatory environment financial institutions are facing new laws and regulations impacting lending transactions. Due to the turbulent market and increased scrutiny it’s important that financial institutions review policies and practices and have secure loan documentation procedures to mitigate risk and increase shareholder value. Kennedy Sutherland’s attorneys understand the need to promptly and economically prepare loan documentation to meet the critical timing and financial requirements of our clients and their customers, and have extensive experience in all types of loan related documentation including but not limited to:

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  • Commercial and consumer real estate loans
  • Commercial and industrial loans
  • Participation agreements
  • Asset and purchase agreements
  • Letters of credit
  • Loan purchase agreements
  • Collateral agency agreements
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  • Collateral custodian agreements
  • Intercreditor and subordination agreements
  • Interest rate option and swap agreements
  • Master servicing agreements
  • New Market Tax Credit transactions
  • Affordable housing and Low Income Housing Tax Credit transactions
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