As part of their growth plans, companies are often looking for new financing methods for their core business.
They are looking for alternative financing sources, off-balance sheet solutions or an improved cash position through cash injection. Structured finance can often offer a bespoke solution.
What is structured finance?
A flexible solution to help you finance
specific assets and/or projects.
Structured finance is a complex financial solution offered to organisations with unique and sophisticated needs.
Three types of companies
opting for structured finance
What's in it for you?
With a structured finance solution through leasing, companies do not have to finance peak investments at the outset, but can spread their investment expenditure over time. Thus they can better align income and expenditure flows, and adjust rental amounts to seasonal income fluctuations. They also gain access to alternative sources of finance in addition to/over and above credit lines already in place. Structured finance helps to cover interest rate variations, spread credit risk, and diversify sources of funds.
Operationally, companies can fully outsource their asset & invoice registration and follow-up. In addition, all costs related to hardware, software and services (insurance, installation and maintenance costs) can be bundled in one contract, which offers management advantages and improves cost transparency.
Econocom is working with the Bourbon Group (offshore marine services) to finance part of its vessels’ fleet, and more notably those of Les Abeilles, the French specialist in towing and rescue on the high seas.
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