Riza Moosa is a banking and finance lawyer based in Johannesburg. He is a Director in the Sandton office and heads the Banking and Finance Team in South Africa.
He regularly advises domestic and international banking and finance clients on a range of finance and investment transactions. Riza has been involved in a number of debt restructurings and work outs and has extensively advised and presented seminars on business rescue. In the field of asset financing, he has significant experience in aircraft financing where he advises domestic and international airlines, aircraft manufacturers and banks on funding and security aspects related to aircraft transactions. In the field of Islamic finance he has assisted local and foreign banks in establishing Islamic finance products and investments.
He is rated in both Chambers Global and IFLR in the area of banking and finance.
Riza holds a Bachelor of Arts degree, a Bachelor of Laws degree and a Master of Laws degree.
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