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Alon Domb

Head of Corporate London T +44 (0) 20 7759 1320
alondomb@incegd.com

Department Corporate, Corporate Real Estate, Corporate Advisory, Corporate Services Qualified 1988 Education (University) Manchester University Languages Hebrew

Alon Domb

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Alon has extensive experience advising on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate real estate (debt & equity structures), corporate finance, partnership law and business affairs.

Alon advises clients, particularly in the retail, professional services, sports, media, entertainment and technology sectors on a broad range of transactional matters.

He has over 30 years of experience, including as partner and head of corporate at two other leading law firms. Alon joined Ince in 2014.

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ALON’S COMMERCIAL, PRAGMATIC AND ENERGETIC APPROACH HELPS ENSURE THAT TRANSACTIONS ARE SUCCESSFULLY CONCLUDED.”

What you may not know about Alon

Alon enjoy’s hill walking, cinema and theatre in his free time

Accolades:
The Legal 500 – recommended lawyer in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 for Corporate and Commercial.

Super Lawyers UK (part of Thomson Reuters) – recognised as a London Super Lawyer in 2013, 2014 and 2015.

My recent publications

News / Covid -19: further government support under the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan schemes

29-04-2020 /

In our update on 25 March 2020, we outlined the government’s newest stream of financial measures introduced in the wake of the novel Coronavirus; the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (“CBILS”).

Covid -19: further government support under the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan schemes

News / COVID-19: government backed debt finance options

25-03-2020 /

This Q&A considers the government’s newest stream of measures introduced to provide financial support to business struggling with the impact of Covid-19. Our focus in this article is on two new government backed funding schemes: the Covid Corporate Financing Facility (CCFF) and the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS). These schemes were made available to businesses as of 23 March 2020.

COVID-19: government backed debt finance options

News / Raising capital from real estate sale and leasebacks as an alternative to debt financing

18-03-2019 / Real Estate

This article compares sale and leasebacks and debt financing from the perspective of a corporate occupier seeking to raise capital from their real estate assetsnbsp

Raising capital from real estate sale and leasebacks as an alternative to debt financing

News / Raising capital from real estate: sale and leasebacks as an alternative to debt financing

18-03-2019 / Real Estate

This article compares sale and leasebacks and debt financing from the perspective of a corporate occupier seeking to raise capital from their real estate assets.

Raising capital from real estate: sale and leasebacks as an alternative to debt financing

News / Intercreditor agreements – some commonly negotiated provisions

02-11-2018 /

What are intercreditor agreements? Intercreditor agreements govern the relationship between the various lenders with exposure to a borrower group. They are often heavily negotiated documents, especially as between the senior and mezzanine lenders. Although borrowers will usually be less involved in such negotiations (given that it concerns the rights and obligations that apply as between competing lenders), borrowers will want to ensure that they do not assume any obligations beyond those that they have agreed to assume under the senior and mezzanine finance documents.

Intercreditor agreements – some commonly negotiated provisions

News / Ince Gordon Dadds advises on Modus and BPCM merger

08-09-2017 /

IncenbspGordon Dadds has advised leading creative PR agency, Modus Publicity, on its merger with BPCM, the integrated brand agency to form ModusBPCM

Ince Gordon Dadds advises on Modus and BPCM merger