Scottish Limited Partnerships (SLPs) are commonly used in funds structures, so it is important for any lender looking at financing a structure involving one or more SLPs to understand their unique characteristics as well as what security options are available in Scots law. 

This guide looks at common queries we encounter in securing the assets of an SLP and key considerations for lenders when taking security of this nature.

Contributors

Bruce Stephen

Head of Banking and Financial Services & Partner

Alan Knowles

Partner

Craig Henry

Associate

Eilidh McMillan

Associate

Sonia Crolla

Senior Paralegal