Debt Syndication

Debt Syndication
Debt Syndication

Debt Syndication

Debt syndication is an arrangement made between two or more banks/financial institutions to provide the borrower a credit facility using common debt documents. Debt syndication is the process of dispensing the money advanced in, generally a large loan, to a number of enterprises or investors. It is general to use debt syndication when the loan required, in order to fund a company or set aside a company from bankruptcy. By employing debt syndication, several banks, investment firms or other companies share both the profits and the risk of making a large loan.

Debt Syndication

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Chandra Credit Ltd. has been in the business for almost two decades and has come a long way after beginning its journey perhaps in one of the tough and challenging times.  We help our patrons to find perfect solutions for fund requirement with professional excellence. Team Chandra Credit Ltd. specializes in project funding, funding for business, corporate finance, trade finance, debt syndication, structured funding & private equity and comes out with appropriate funding options. We are dedicated to delivering our best on our job with complete focus and reliability.

Services offer by Us

We as financial consultant in Noida offer these services

Trade Finance
Letter of credit , Bank Gaurantee , SBLC , Export Finance
Project Finance
Financing large infrastructure , Hotels , healthcare , Education , logistics projects with a mix of debt & equity
Private Equity
Arranging Equity for profitable business through investors spread across the globe
Business Advisory
Consulting before seeking investments or debt for your business can help you navigate your business smoothly .

Services that are offered in Debt Syndication

  1. Project Finance: This involves long-term financing for commercial projects based on projected cash flows rather than the sponsors' balance sheets. It is typically used for large-scale infrastructure, energy, or manufacturing projects.
  2. Working Capital Finance: This type of financing provides funds to cover a company's short-term operational needs, such as inventory purchases, payroll, and other day-to-day expenses. It helps ensure smooth business operations.
  3. Equipment Loans: Equipment financing allows businesses to acquire necessary equipment by either obtaining a loan or entering into a lease agreement. This type of financing is specifically used for purchasing or borrowing various types of equipment.
  4. Structured Financing: Structured financing is a complex form of financing used for significant fund infusions. It goes beyond conventional tools like loans or bonds and often involves instruments such as collateralized debt obligations (CDOs), syndicated loans, and mortgage-backed securities.
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  1. Acquisition Funding: Acquisition financing is used to fund the acquisition of another company. By leveraging financing, a company can expand its operations and benefit from economies of scale achieved through the acquisition.
  2. Promoter Funding: Promoter funding is a facility provided to the promoters of well-managed companies, allowing them to raise funds against their stake in the operating company. These funds can be utilized for various purposes, including acquisitions, takeovers, and business growth.
  3. Mezzanine Funding: Mezzanine capital represents subordinated debt or preferred equity that holds a claim on a company's assets senior only to common stock. It is a hybrid form of financing that combines debt and equity characteristics and is often used to support expansion or acquisition activities.
  4. Overseas Funding: Overseas funding refers to funds invested in companies located outside the investor's country of residence. It can be in the form of closed-end funds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), or mutual funds, enabling investors to access international markets and diversify their portfolios.

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How Does Debt Syndication Works?

Debt syndication works by pooling together funds from multiple lenders or investors to fulfil the borrowing needs of a company or entity. Here's a simplified explanation of how debt syndication works:

  1. Borrower's Requirements
  2. Syndication Proposal
  3. Identifying Potential Lenders/Investors
  4. Negotiation and Structuring
  5. Due Diligence
  1. Documentation and Agreement
  2. Disbursement and Monitoring
  3. Servicing and Repayment
  4. Exit Strategy and Refinancing

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