Recognising the need for specialised asset management and recovery services, Balmain
established a dedicated Asset Recovery division three years ago. Today the team
is managing over $A1.1 billion of distressed loans for a variety of lenders and
Balmain’s Asset Recovery team brings together property professionals with specific
experience in project management, investment and development, which enables a ‘hand-on’
approach to understanding all aspects impacting recovery. Over many years Balmain
has also gained an intricate knowledge of the region’s property and insolvency laws,
allowing the rapid assessment, development and execution of effective recovery strategies.
In addition, Balmain’s origination and structured finance capability brings an additional
set of resources to the recovery process that, in many cases, provides an alternative
to the traditional methods of recovery.
The collections team is located at AMAL and comprises collections specialists with
a wide range of industry experience including personal loans, credit cards, mortgages,
investment loans, leases, rentals and mercantile agency recoveries.
The team also has experience in all aspects of loss recovery including legal action,
dispute resolution, administration, liquidation and bankruptcy. Current clients
include trading and investment banks, receivers and private investors. More recently
the team has been working with investors looking to purchase portfolios of distressed
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Snapshot as at
24 January 2020
Base Rates are our indicative base rates for commercial property lending.
A lending margin is added to these rates depending
on the nature and term of the transaction.
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