Special Feature: Speed and volume of transactions key trend for in-house counsel

Gowling WLG's Christopher Alam shares industry insights and advice on how to mitigate risks

Special Feature: Speed and volume of transactions key trend for in-house counsel

The heightened speed and volume of transactions coming into the lending space brings a number of risks to the market. In this exclusive feature from Gowling WLG, find out how these risks can be mitigated and how market knowledge can aid in-house counsel during transactions.

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