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New Practical Law Banking and Finance Document: Interest and Fee Capitalisation Clauses

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This document contains the usual definitions and commercial terms included in a facility agreement where the lender and the borrower have agreed to the capitalisation of interest and fees payable under the facility agreement. They have been specifically prepared to be inserted into the Standard document, Facility agreement: bilateral (for a bilateral facility transaction) or Standard document, Facility agreement: syndicated (for a syndicated facility transaction) that are currently available to subscribers of the Practical Law banking and finance module. However, they have been prepared so that they can also be adapted and used in a law firm's or a lender's own precedent documents.

For more information on these documents or to request a trial subscription to Practical Law Australia, please contact head writer Alex Chernishev at





Alex Chernishev
By Alex Chernishev
Head of Banking & Finance, Practical Law Australia

Alex Chernishev, Head of Banking & Finance has more than 12 years' banking and finance experience at leading international and domestic firms in Australia and the United Kingdom, including Clayton Utz and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. Alex has extensive experience in a wide range of banking and finance transactions including corporate finance, project finance, debt capital markets, securitisation and derivatives.

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