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For more than 25 years, Sullivan partners have provided legal representation to the world’s leading trade finance practitioners in all aspects of their businesses, from asset acquisition to distribution to securitizations. We advise clients concerning their activities throughout the world, with a special emphasis on the emerging markets of Africa, Asia, the CIS countries and Latin America. Sullivan was named "Best Trade Finance Law Firm 2019" by Trade Finance Global (TFG) in its International Trade Finance Awards 2019, and our Trade Finance practice received a Tier 1 ranking in the 2022 edition of The Legal 500 UK. Our trade finance group was recognized as a leading law firm in the 2021 edition of Chambers UK. Global Trade Review named Sullivan "Law Firm of the Year" in the category "Leaders in Trade for Innovation" in the GTR Leaders in Trade Awards 2021. We were also recognized as a Notable firm in the category of "Financial and Corporate — Bank Lending: Lender side" by IFLR1000 2021, The Guide to the World's Leading Financial Law Firms.

Our practice is multi-disciplinary, involving lawyers who are experts in trade and export finance, project finance, asset finance, securitization, securities law, insurance, tax, compliance issues and dispute resolution. We have advised on deals involving all types of commodities including softs, metals, oil and gas.

The Group is able to advise on transactions involving English law and New York law as its main law.  With its extensive network of law firms across the globe, it can cover all cross-border issues and provide advice on local law issues.

In addition to trade and commodities finance, the firm’s London practice is linked closely to our U.S. practice and the needs of our clients worldwide. We have broadened and enhanced our existing practices in cross-border finance, mergers and acquisitions, tax, banking and international arbitration.

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