Corporate Financing

Thanks to our blend of regional resources, local and international knowledge, expertise we provide global and fully integrated coverage to help corporate and institutional clients to meet their strategic, financial and capital raising needs.

Syndicated Term Loans

A syndicated loan is a consortium of more than one lender. Obtain long term debt financing for large ticket expenditure programs. The importance of professional loan syndication is growing as a result of ever-increasing project sizes, and the growing need for banks to diversify credit risks in their portfolios. To finance large-volume transactions, we arrange and provide a syndication of loan tranches that will enable the customer obtain all funding from a single source.

 

Corporate Bonds

A bond is a capital raising instrument used to raise funds for short to medium term requirements. Through our bond arranging and placing capability, KCBs Corporate Finance enables clients obtain long term debt financing for large ticket expenditure program.

Lower the cost of funds and thus improve the total return from a project by obtaining fixed or floating rate pricing from the bond market.

Obtain fixed rate pricing (from the bond market) and thus lock-in your funding costs for the duration of the borrowing period.

Benefit:

  1. Lower the cost of funds and thus improve the total return from a project by obtaining fixed or floating rate pricing from the bond market.
  2. Obtain fixed rate pricing (from the bond market) and thus lock-in your funding costs for the duration of the borrowing

 

Bonds/ Commercial Paper

A bond is a capital raising instrument used to raise funds for short to medium term requirements. Through our bond arranging and placing capability, KCBs Corporate Finance enables clients obtain long term debt financing for large ticket expenditure programs.

Lower the cost of funds and thus improve the total return from a project by obtaining fixed or floating rate pricing from the bond market.

Obtain fixed rate pricing (from the bond market) and thus lock-in your funding costs for the duration of the borrowing period.



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