Bank Guarantee Leasing

Bank Guarantee Leasing

Revenue-based financing, as such loans are known, can be an attractive alternative for small businesses that are unable to borrow from traditional banks. Companies get access to capital without some of the downsides that come with more common types of financing. A business that collects no revenue in a particular month doesn’t have to make a payment, for example. Nor do borrowers have to give up equity or board seats to the lender.

   “The Business Week” is a great source and provides me regularly with new ideas. When I read this headline today, it hit me like lightning. And it came to my mind to point your interest to the possibility to finance your business or project using leased bank guarantees.

In these times of all time low interest rates, Bank Guarantee Leasing is a great idea the Financial Strategies Team came up with. They suggest Leasing of Bank Guarantees to back up your funding efforts.
There are many different ways to structure a guarantee product, as there are different transactions for which such a Guarantee is required. Only once there is a complete understanding of what you want to achieve, once you recognize and determine your present situation and possibilities, that perfect structure can be suggested as a financial solution.

The greater the risk involved and the stronger your requirements, the higher will be the annual leasing fee for the arrangements obviously. How a bank guarantee can be leased is summarized in the Report just recently been published by Selective Financial Services. It is called: R 9 Bank Guarantee Leasing.

Report R9 is available on the website http://SelecrtiveFinancialServices.com

The report is free of charge and available for projects ranging from a financial requirement of US$ 5 million and up. Project Funding supported by Bank Guarantees can also be ordered if you send an email to RelationshipManager@SelectiveFinancialServices.com


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