We give and mastermind conveyance of ensured BG (Bank Guarantee), SBLC (Standby Letter of Credit) from Rated, Reputable World Top Banks to any bank facilitates the Client picks. We likewise offer and Managed BG Program where we Issue and Monetize the BG for you.
The instruments are for both lease and buy. The instruments can be used for any reason like getting venture back keeping it as insurance, raising the credit line, marking down or adapting. Our instrument suppliers jump at the chance to work with our customers in the most protected and secured way. Along these lines, potential customers, who are in honest require, follow our diversified offers for organizing the financial instruments.
Lending Nine has internationally recognized experience in:
- Standby Letter of Credit (SBLC) in US$ or €
- Bank Guarantee (BG) in US$ or €
- Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC, SLC, LC) in US$ or €
- Medium Term Notes (MTN's) in US$ or €
- Long Term Notes (MTN's) in US$ or €
- Treasury Bills (T-Bill's) in US$ or €
- Promissory Notes in US$ or €
ACCEPTABLE FACE VALUE:
We can, depending on provider, work with amounts from US$ 1M to 100M. BG's/SBL's starts from 10M$/€ and normally stops at 100M$/€. But if in need of 500M, we simply issue 5x100.
Collateral Transfer application forms, which are not fully endorsed, cannot be processed.
Applications which are not accepted by us, for the reasons stated, will be communicated to the applicant in writing.
Once a Collateral Transfer application is approved by us, the process is as follows:
- 1. Collateral Transfer facilities are available from €1 million to €100 million per contract. Amounts over €100 million can be achieved by entering multiple contracts.
- 2. Once we receive your information it will be immediately acknowledged. As we are required by law to undertake due diligence and identification verification, our compliance department will carry forward your application to offer our financiers the initial acceptance of the application.
- 3. The client will make the application fee of 3000 USD Payment against our invoice through our payment link.
- 4. After initial application fee, our financiers will seek a suitable provider willing to offer the facility to the applicant (subject to contract) and obtain their best indicative terms. Indicative terms are an outline of what may be achieved and provide the applicant with the basic illustration and an offering in principal including pricing and the maximum amount of the Bank Guarantee available to the applicant.
- 5. If these indicative terms are acceptable, we then begin to acquire the formal and detailed terms which are then presented in Term Sheet contract to the applicant. The Term Sheet is a formal offering which details all elements of the Bank Guarantee including the amount, term, the Provider, the issuing bank, the recipient bank, pricing, costs, terms and procedures and of course a draft wording of the Guarantee itself. The Term Sheet is a binding offer to provide the facility.
- 6. If the Terms provided are acceptable, the applicant formally accepts the Terms by signing and returning the Term Sheet within the period of validity (usually 14 days). The applicant is under no obligation to accept the formal Term Sheet. Upon accepting the Terms, Once executed the Term Sheet is a binding agreement between the parties.
- 7. Once the Term Sheet is received, IntaCapital start the process of allocation of the collateral with the Provider and the Provider then issues their formal Collateral Offer to the applicant who now becomes the Beneficiary, binding each of the parties to the issue and receipt of the Bank Guarantee. Typically, the Provider will request the applicant to meet with them at their offices to present the formal Collateral Offer. If a meeting is not possible for the applicant, our financiers can attend and represent the applicant to receive the Offer documents. Of course, our financiers are on hand to accompany our clients at each and every stage.
- 8. The Collateral Offer is a formal contract binding the parties (the Provider and the Beneficiary) to issue and receive the Guarantee and enter into the Collateral Transfer Agreement. This is generally expected to be executed by both parties within a period of 7 to 10 days of its presentation.
- 9. Provider will instruct the Issuing Bank to make contact with the Beneficiaries Bank and will issue the executed Collateral Transfer Agreement (CTA). The CTA governs the transaction throughout the term of the Guarantee. Typically, at this stage the Issuing Bank will issue a SWIFT advice to the recipient bank (the bank receiving the Bank Guarantee) confirming and verifying the pending transaction.
- 10. The Beneficiary will be expected to instruct his receiving bank to respond to the SWIFT advice offering their agreement to receive the Guarantee and to provide any other account verifications required, prior to the issue of the Bank Guarantee (MT760) to the Beneficiary’s account.
- 11. At this juncture, the Beneficiary will need to show proof that they have the ability to settle any outstanding Contract Fees and our Completion Fee due.
- 12. At the end of the contracted term, the Beneficiary will be expected to clear any encumbrances over the Guarantee 5 days prior to its expiry. It is recommended that a period of between 8 to 12 weeks is allowed for completion of the above transactional procedures. It is possible to achieve faster completion times with the full co-operation of all parties, however an absolute minimum of 4 weeks should be allowed. We welcome any enquiries or questions. We feel it is necessary for our clients to fully understand all elements of a facility before applying.