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Capital City Training 
Knowledge Series
Credit Products

Offering insights into various types of credit facilities, including syndicated loans, corporate bonds, and revolving credit facilities. This overview encompasses both secured and unsecured lending, as well as specialized financing solutions like asset-based lending and mezzanine financing. 

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What is Inside the manual?

Introduction and Overview of Loans

This section introduces the concept of loans, including syndicated loans, and differentiates between commitment and actual loans. It explains the basic instruments of term loans and revolving credits, highlighting their purposes, benefits, and how they serve as fundamental tools for financing in the corporate world.

Syndication Process and Terms

Details the process and rationale behind syndicated loans, contrasting them with bilateral loans. Exploring the key terms of loan agreements, including clauses, conditions precedent, interest periods, and repayment terms. It elucidates the complexity and intricacy of syndicated loans,.

Borrower and Bank Perspectives

Explores why borrowers opt for syndicated loans from their viewpoint and analyses the benefits these loans offer to banks. This insight underlines the mutual advantages, including risk distribution for banks and the ability to secure larger amounts of capital for borrowers, showcasing the synergy in syndicated loan transactions.

Debt Structuring Fundamentals

Investigates the hierarchy of claims, secured versus unsecured creditors, and the nuances of subordination. This section offers a deep dive into the mechanisms that protect creditors and structure debt in ways that manage risk and prioritize repayments, highlighting the legal and strategic considerations in debt structuring.

Introduction to Bonds and Bond Issuance

Covers the basics of bonds, including their types, valuation, and the role of rating agencies. Further exploring the process of bond issuance, the actors involved, and the strategic considerations from both the issuer and investor perspectives. This segment broadens the understanding of corporate financing through the lens of the bond market.
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