Taking into account complex regulatory requirements, corporate finance transactions are associated with significant risks. KPMG Law advises banks, professional securities market participants, financial institutions and investors on all business issues. KPMG Law Business Financing practice provides services on compliance with regulatory requirements, support of financial transactions (transactions on capital markets, lending, derivative financial instruments, financing of trading operations, mortgages and other types of collateral, other transactions), bad debts, taxation of financial transactions. KPMG Law provides services for structuring intra-group financing and providing liquidity (for example, through intra-group loans or cash pooling and syndicated lending).

Our regulatory financial market advice covers all areas including:

  • Banking regulations
  • Payment services and e-money
  • FinTech matters
  • Financial promotions review
  • Financial services governance reviews.

KPMG Law provides legal support through IPO process in all major jurisdictions. KPMG Law capital market lawyers may provide comprehensive legal and multidisciplinary advice and support within following processes and issues:

  • Issuance of securities (readiness assessment, pre-IPO due diligence, IPO prospectus)
  • Raising funds both through debt and equity
  • New financing instruments (ICOs/Token)
  • Capital market compliance 
  • Derivatives (OTC derivatives and exchange-traded)
  • Insider/market manipulation
  • Corporate governance of listed companies
  • Delisting.

The legislation of Uzbekistan regulates payment systems, issuance and turnover of securities, as well as transactions with derivatives such as commodity futures, options, futures on securities and currency derivatives. The Law "On Payments and Payment Systems" consolidates regulation of payment service providers and payment systems. The government is elaborating the new law on capital markets and stimulates securities market by offering shares in large state entities for initial public offering.

Our recent experience includes advising foreign banks and insurance companies on regulatory issues of payment systems, securities markets, transactions with derivative products, structuring transactions through agency agreements, forfeiting and cession agreements.