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A bond is a debt instrument issued by corporates, financial institutions, public and private companies, sovereigns, supranationals and agencies to raise short, medium and long term financing. A bond issuance is an important tool enabling the bond issuer to access a wide range of investors and to obtain alternative source of funding. Bonds may be issued in both local market and international markets, may be made available through a public offering to access a broad range of investors and traded in the secondary market or may be owned by a select number of qualified investors that hold the securities until maturity. HSBC is one of the leading Debt Capital Markets houses in the emerging markets, playing an important role at issuing first of its kind in the Eurobond and Sukuk space for the public sector, various financial instutions and corporates.
Syndicated loans are provided to a single borrower by a group of banks under the leadership of a mandated lead arranger or arranger. Whereas it is more common for financial institutions to get funding through syndicated loans in their ordinary course of business, corporate syndications are event driven and are formed for specific purposes such as project, acquisition finance or refinancing of existing debt.
HSBC is one of the leading arrangers of syndicated loans in the world. With an extensive global presence covering 66 countries and strong relationships with investors across the world, HSBC has the necessary infrastructure to help its clients tap different markets and diversify their funding base through syndicated loans.
HSBC has been taking leading roles in both financial institution and corporate syndication space in Turkey and has been instrumental in helping its clients raise substantial financings over the years.
Export Credit Loans are an alternative source of funding designed to increase export revenue and support exporters of respective countries to be more competitive in international trade through Export Agencies ("ECA").
ECAs encourage commercial banks to lend by providing them with political and commercial cover thereby taking an active role in facilitating trade between countries.
ECA financing is typically used for capital goods procurement and limited recourse project finance transactions. The tenor of ECA financings can vary depending on the economic life of imported machinery but can go up to 15 years after commissioning.HSBC Project and Export Finance teams operate in 35 countries worldwide and work with the leading ECAs. HSBC is the number 1 arranger of ECA loans in the world in 2018 by deal value.
Project Finance is a complex financing method structured based on future cash flows and assets of specific project where a special purpose vehicle company ("SPV") established just for that project is the borrower with limited or no recourse to shareholders. Ranging from energy production, commercial real estate, infrastructure or healthcare investments through Public Private Partnership schemes, project sponsors require and often choose a specialist to develop bankable financial structures to implement their projects.
As a leading global advisor and arranger of limited and non-recourse project financings, HSBC is committed to help its customers to realize their projects and capture project finance opportunities worldwide.
Following a strategic review of our operations worldwide, HSBC Group has taken the decision to restructure its Islamic banking business in 2012 to focus offering of Shariah compliant banking products and services through Malaysia and Saudi Arabia and limited wholesale banking products based in Dubai, UAE covering MENAT region.
Being an international bank, HSBC has the most extensive banking and investor network in the Islamic world. Benefiting from this advantage, HSBC can bring Islamic institutional investors from GCC and South East Asia regions to syndicated financing arranged for Turkish clients.
HSBC has been at the forefront of its role in developing the domestic Islamic syndicated financing market by arranging close to 70 syndicated facilities in Turkey.
HSBC has also been instrumental in developing the Sukuk market globally and the leading arranger of Sukuk issuances by Turkish issuers and worldwide.
Corporate Finance department renders high quality advisory and intermediary services to its clients extending to the entire IPO process commencing from the preparation and listing application to the final stage of IPO marketing and post-IPO research support.
HSBC is a leading international bank in IPOs leveraging an extensive distribution network, proven track record, experienced investment banking teams and strong research capabilities.
Corporate Finance department also provides advisory and intermediary services in secondary public offerings and private placement deals. HSBC is furthermore capable to facilitate the listing of Turkish companies in international stock exchanges thanks to its global deal expertise and unmatched distribution platform.
Corporate Finance department provides M&A advisory services to Turkish and international clients to facilitate their strategic growth and expansion plans and/or monetization options via share sale to strategic/financial investors.
The scope of financial advisory services as the sell side advisor can be listed as below;
Corporate Finance department has developed a solid track record through local and cross-border projects covering various sectors such as financial services, infrastructure, energy, consumer and retail, automotive and telecommunications.
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