ISDA case study
A Fortune 100 company required multiple ISDA agreements across a variety of business units and wanted to minimize legal expenses while achieving market-best terms.
- Achieve market-best terms for the business units.
- Negotiate efficiently.
- Meet internal timeline while maintaining strong business relationships.
- Best market terms: Chatham’s team of ISDA experts developed draft best-term documentation for each business unit and coordinated with the client’s legal advisors to create consistency with underlying security documents.
- Speed and efficiency: Chatham’s pace of communication and negotiation with each dealer counterparty was well managed and only involved other external advisors upon client request.
- Preserved bank relationships: Chatham held firm to meet all significant business terms and negotiated respectfully with the client’s lending banks.
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