MTC has extensive experience in advising on all areas of corporate, commercial, financial and civil law matters, including banking and finance together with transactions based on Islamic modes of financing, capital markets including bond issues and initial public offerings, international financial and commercial contracts, structuring of financial and other investment packages, domestic and international equity and debt placements, mergers and acquisitions, privatizations, company formation, joint ventures, conveyancing, rent, leases, family laws, succession, inheritance, trusts and estates, shipping, customs, insurance, labour and industrial relations, international financial and trade disputes and other commercial disputes.
MTC is reputed to be one of the most experienced law firm in Pakistan with respect to transactions concerning the privatization of banks and financial institutions. The experience of MTC relating to privatization transactions includes acting as part of a consortium of financial advisors to the Privatization Commission; as direct legal advisor to the Privatization Commission and also as advisor to the buyers and potential buyers of various nationalized companies.
MTC has been involved in structuring international and local debt and equity financing transactions including a US$100 Million TFC issue (Bond) arranged by Merill Lynch for a Pakistani Issuer, the International Finance Corporation Financing to the Modaraba Industry in Pakistan under Income Notes and other financing transactions with multinational joint venture projects.
MTC has the privileged position of being the most experienced firm in Pakistan as far structuring of Islamic / Shariah compliant financing transactions are concerned.
Our firm is highly experienced in Islamic financing transactions including ijara, istisna'a, murabaha, musharaka, diminishing musharaka and sukuk issues backed by underlying Shariah compliant transaction.
MTC has represented Pakistan National Shipping Corporation in international financing for acquisition of vessels and generally advised on financing in the shipping industry.
We have also acted as Transaction legal counsel (on behalf of the lenders / investors) for the acquisition financing of five (5) multi-purpose dry cargo vessels by Pakistan National Shipping Corporation as part of their fleet expansion for the year 2010.
MTC has extensive experience in advising and assisting in establishment of mutual funds. The firm's expertise in this area extends to the creation of both closed end and open end mutual funds and the formation of both asset management and investment advisory companies.
MTC provides specialist advice in relation to the full spectrum of financial products. This includes syndicate lending and leveraged and acquisition finance, asset finance, derivative products, project finance, financial regulatory, insolvency & re-structuring and structured finance.
MTC has been involved in and represented both banks and companies in respect of various complex project financing transactions for a variety of objectives.
MTC has been involved in and represented both banks and companies in respect of various power related projects.
MTC has the capability to provide complete services in respect of transactions relating to mergers and acquisitions.
Apart from the numerous merger and acquisition transactions that the firm has been concerned with, MTC has extensive experience in respect of private equity transactions.
We advise clients at every stage, from establishing the fund and making investments, to ongoing portfolio assistance including restructuring advice, to exiting from those investments.
MTC has handled multiple transactions of asset sale of running companies or as closed plant operations in the industrial and commercial sectors, involving sale and transfer of plant, machinery, employees, liabilities.
MTC has represented World Tell (international company) and Telecard in negotiating a contract for operation of WLL Payphones in Pakistan. This involved extensive study of Telecom laws in Pakistan; Contract for Registrar's services to PTCL; several power projects related assignments; Foreign currency financing for National Highway Authority and several other projects.
MTC provides extensive litigation services, with specialization in banking and finance litigation and company jurisdiction matters. Our lawyers have rights of audience from the Subordinate Courts all the way to the Supreme Court of Pakistan. MTC has handled several constitutional, commercial and civil matters before the Supreme Court.
We have a very competent department catering to the property and conveyancing services to our corporate clients, with experience in sale transactions, acquisition of properties under bankruptcy; setting up of trusts and related services.
MTC advises on / has advised on procuring incorporation of companies, trusts, associations, firms, societies and foundations.
Our firm is regularly involved in issuing opinions on labor matters in Pakistan for various clients including multinational corporations and Banks. We are actively involved in drafting employment agreements, serving termination notices, appearing before National Industrial Relation Commission on behalf of our corporate clients in respect of unfair labor practices claims and allied matters.