Advisors & Service Providers
SUSTAINABLE ADDED VALUE – OUR COMMON AIM
We strive to meet the highest service and quality standards along the entire value chain. Many elements of this value chain are covered by our own resources. For other tasks we appoint external specialists that are international leaders with great experience in the relevant discipline in conjunction with local experts with the corresponding functional know-how. One thing is always the same, however. Whatever we or our partners do, our common aim is always to generate sustainable added value for our investors.
For legal advice on its investments, ThomasLloyd partners with world-leading, international law firms that possess the in-depth, specialist expertise needed for a legal perspective on complex, cross-border transactions. Alongside this, we appoint firms domestically and also locally to take care of any issues at a more regional level.
When it comes to finance, ThomasLloyd has international partnerships with renowned audit firms as well as valuation and corporate finance consultants, all providing valuable support for M&A transactions, restructuring, compliance and other regulatory matters using their comprehensive expertise in complex valuation processes.
To realise projects with high safety, quality and ethical standards across the entire value chain, ThomasLloyd engages with international enterprises that specialise in consulting, engineering, architecture, construction, operation and programme management and that possess internationally recognised expertise in the energy and industrial sectors, complex power generation and transmission projects and the construction of critical humanitarian infrastructure.
Registry, transfer and payment agents, depositary banks and custodians
For asset services, ThomasLloyd engages with well-known partners that offer, among other things, a broad range of custody, depositary bank and clearing services for investment companies, banks and institutional investors, and have capable technological and human resources to reflect the administrative services required in connection with their main services.