Corporate Term Loan

The Corporate Term Loans can support your company in funding ongoing business expansion, repaying high-cost debt, technology upgradations, R&D expenditure, leveraging specific cash streams that accrue into your company, implementing early retirement schemes and supplementing working capital.

We can arrange corporate term loans under the FCNR (B) scheme as well, with the option of switching the currency denomination at the end of interest periods. The structure may vary based on the exact requirements of the client and the risk context.


Dealer Financing

We arrange Dealer financing through a reputed bank which extends financial support to the corporate distribution networks, by providing both working capital finance and term of loans for select dealing of identified companies. This gives dealers to leverage their business relationship with major corporates to avail low-cost credit. Also, this type of financial solutions allows the corporate negotiate a better price with dealers. Dealer financing may be extended in the bill discounting form or simply as Cash Credit.

Channel Financing

Channel financing is an innovative finance mechanism by which the bank meets the various fund necessities along your supply chain at the supplier’s end itself, thus helping you sustain a seamless business flow along the arteries of the enterprise. Channel finance ensures the immediate realization of sales proceeds for the client’s supplier, making it practically a cash sale. On the other hand, the corporate gets credit for a duration equaling the tenor of the loan, enabling smoother liquidity management.


Asset Based Funding

Asset-based lending is typically done by large banks or corporations. When corporations offer asset-based lending it is usually done so that they can sell the product.

Asset – based lending is a form of financing, secured by a combination of assets.

Asset – based lending is a form of financing, secured by a combination of assets.

The benefit of asset-based lending is usually far greater borrowing power than can be achieved from a traditional “Cash Flow” based banking approach.

Asset-based lending is typically “secured” financing, which means there are assets within a business to be used as collateral.

  • Accounts Receivables
  • Inventories
  • Machinery and Equipment
  • Real Estate (land or buildings)