BrusCCC practice area of Brus Chambers represents financial institutions and financial services companies. Our multi-disciplinary teams are able to support clients of these practice areas, in both, their day-to-day needs as well as achieving their objectives by playing a key role in planning and strategising.

We take a cross-sector approach that goes beyond a successful Finance practice to leverage the skills of lawyers across many disciplines and regions and lawyers who are experienced at working with financial institutions.
In this way, we deliver sector knowledge and insight in tandem with a full range of commercial legal services - many of which, such as regulatory, intellectual property, technology, litigation and employment, are critical to the success of businesses within the banking and finance sector.

We provide commercial contract support for in-house legal teams and also handle major projects and business-critical contracts for companies across sectors. Our team has commercial lawyers who are experienced in working on deals ranging from straightforward agreements to complex multi-party projects spanning multiple jurisdictions.

We work with clients to structure and document relationships with suppliers, customers or strategic partners including any concession, right or license won to exploit a market or material asset. We draft the range of documents necessary to create and preserve these relationships, protect our clients' rights and enhance the value of their businesses.
The financial market place is an increasingly complex environment, particularly where laws and regulations are concerned. Our financial sector (FS) lawyers' advises are available for FS markets - on legal and regulatory developments to help them structure and operate their businesses in accordance with compliance requirements, interalia, for international commercial and investment banks, investment managers, mortgage brokers, insurers - and other key players in the FS.

Our investment fund lawyers assist clients in structuring and implementing a wide range of regulated and unregulated investment funds, including equities, debt, private equity, real estate, infrastructure, hedge funds, fund of funds and other alternative investments. Alongside this, we also advise our clients with regard to the establishment of new asset management and advisory businesses, as well as designing co-investment and carried-interest structures appropriate to their investment fund structure.