Debt and Capital Advisory
Independent advice to borrowers across the full spectrum of the debt markets
The Debt and Capital Advisory team provide independent advice across the full spectrum of debt markets through the firm's global network, accessing bank debt, direct lenders and capital markets.
Deloitte Debt and Capital Advisory has designed specific services for companies at every stage of the debt cycle in order to deliver the optimum funding structure to meet their particular needs.
Global resources and execution expertise
Conflict free independent advice: We are independent of capital; therefore our advice remains truly independent and aligned in assisting our client to reach their objectives throughout the process.
Financial expertise: We have a detailed knowledge of the Irish banking market and an up to date insight into the workings of the main institutions.
Global reach: Our global debt advisory practice is a leading team of 140 debt professionals based in 30 countries across Europe, North America, Africa and Asia, giving us a true global reach.
Our Clients and Prospective Clients
Our debt advisory team is completely independent from providers of finance and only act for borrowers, meaning that our objectives are fully aligned with those of our clients including:
- Private Companies
- Mid and large corporate companies
- Family owned businesses
- Public companies
We advise across a range of industries
Our Debt and Capital advisory clients vary across a range of industries including:
- Food & Agriculture
- Healthcare and Pharmaceutical
- Construction and Investment property
The Deloitte Alternative Lender Deal Tracker
The Deloitte Alternative Lender Deal Tracker released quarterly covers 63 leading Alternative Lenders, with whom we track deals across Europe. The eighteenth issue covers data for the fourth quarter of 2017 that closed with 103 deals completing, representing a 32% increase in deal flow on a last 12 months basis in comparison with the previous year.
Recent Thought Leadership & Insights
Residential Development Funding Landscape
In this article, Daniel Lockley, a manager in Deloitte Ireland’s Debt & Capital Advisory team explores the Irish residential development funding landscape. House building levels in Ireland have been exceptionally low for a number of years, resulting in housing stock levels falling to their lowest point since 2007. This housing shortage stems from the low levels of house building during the period 2011 to 2016.
Alternative Lending in Action: Spotlight on Ireland
John Doddy, a Partner in Debt & Capital Advisory Ireland, shares his views on developments and opportunities in the Irish market. Historically dominated by local banks, the Irish lending market has experienced a period of unprecedented change since 2008. What has emerged is a smaller traditional banking sector containing fewer active players with a reduced appetite for risk. This development has resulted in a funding gap, most notably in the Irish property and SME sectors.
European Hotel Investment Overview 2017
Each year, attendees of the Deloitte European Hotel Investment Conference take part in our industry survey which focuses on the UK and wider European market. We have shared some of the survey findings here, as well as local statistics on the Irish hotel and tourism market.
Acted as debt advisor for the sucessful raising of new facilities.
Acted as debt advisor for the successful raising of new facilities.