Our Commercial Finance
Fulton & Company is proud to bring decades of experience and excellence to clients in the financial services sector.
With regional offices in Kamloops and Vancouver, we have built strong relationships with chartered banks and credit unions, both large and small, across British Columbia. Fulton & Company offers comprehensive commercial legal services and familiarity with a broad range of industries, from aircraft to wine. And whether lending to joint ventures, limited partnerships, trusts, or First Nations-owned businesses, our clients rely on us for our combination of experience and efficiency, and for our careful attention to client needs.
At Fulton & Company, we take a team approach. Our Commercial Finance group works hand in hand with our Realization & Insolvency team. This allows us to help clients in the financing stage to structure and prepare security that can be successfully enforced. A team approach also means that clients have access to a large and diverse group of professionals. Files are staffed according to the necessary level of expertise, which is cost-effective for clients and lets our staff focus on what they do best.
The success of Fulton & Company’s Commercial Finance group is built on a commitment to clients and value-added service. We use an online communication system created by LRM Technology Group that allows clients to receive updates and to access their files any time, day or night. This software has improved accessibility, reduced preparation time, and transformed communication between clients and counsel, all in the name of greater efficiency. A commitment to clients also means we’re always within reach. With Fulton & Company, clients enjoy swift responses – by email, phone, or in-person – as well as valuable educational content – through news alerts, seminars, and lunch-and-learn meetings.
Our commercial finance services include:
- Real estate, development, and construction finance (including residential, commercial, and mixed use – both on- and off-reserve and First Nations lands)
- First Nations finance, including on-reserve lending
- Lending involving land code, SGA, and treaty lands
- Aircraft finance
- Liquor licensing
- Syndicate deals
- Succession planning (including share purchases, trusts, etc.)