In the wake of major change in the global financial markets, a carefully and appropriately structured debt package is essential to underpin the growth strategy of your business.

Clearwater International’s experienced debt advisory team ensure that clients looking to raise substantial amounts of new debt capital, or refinance existing facilities, have access to sophisticated and specialised debt packages available on international markets.

Our team uses its extensive knowledge of these markets to review all options for your business, and can advise you on the most suitable funding structure. We offer assistance throughout the transaction process, from initial feasibility through to successful deal completion.

Our track record means we have built up strong relationships with the key debt providers in this specialised market allowing us to achieve competitive prices and terms, while maintaining an objective and independent approach.

The Debt Advisory team

Michael Reeves talks about the shift in international debt markets, fuelled by excess liquidity in the US and a gap in the UK market.



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The Debt Connection – April 2016

Market uncertainty surrounding a slowing global economy, instability in oil prices and political events – such as a possible UK exit from the European Union – has created nervousness around the high yield bond markets. In comparison, the banking and alternative … Find out more…

The Debt Connection – December 2015

In the latest Debt Advisory newsletter from Clearwater International, we ask if the banking crisis era is over for the UK? The news release from the Bank of England (BOE) earlier this week certainly seems to say it is. These … Find out more…

The Debt Connection – November 2015

In the latest Debt Advisory newsletter from Clearwater International, we look at debt funded shareholder transactions. 2015 has been a year where we have seen a material increase in the level of liquidity. Banks have been actively lending in the … Find out more…

The Debt Connection – September 2015

Is now the time to take advantage of cheap loan prices? As the financial crisis hit in 2007/8, many overseas banks that had been operating in the European market retrenched to their homeland and domestic banks restricted their lending to … Find out more…