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Borrowing in International Financial Markets

Financing the acquisition of a new business unit
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 34m
Language: English
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Description

This course is an introduction to a transaction in which the Buyer (an industrial Company) acquires a business unit from a Seller which is located in a foreign country. The Buyer agrees to make a cash payment for the acquisition to the Seller at the closing of the transaction. The Buyer obtains the needed amount of money By taking a syndicated bank loan from a group of bänks which act jointly in this transaction in the form of a syndicate.                                      
As a result, the Company making the acquisition can raise a much larger loan from the bank syndicate than what it could obtain from a single bank. On the other hand, the bänks which participate in the syndicate can limit their credit risk to a much smaller amount than what would be the case if a single bank gave the full loan to the Company making the acquisition.

You will learn

✓ At the end of this course, you will be able to discuss the terms of syndicated bank loans with lending officers of international commercial banks.
✓ This course will help you to move into financing of larger transactions than what you have handled so far.
✓ There are three sections in this course. In the first section you will learn the evolution of financial products handled by international commercial banks. After the second section you will master the loan procedures and the advantages to the Borrower and the Lending Banks. Finally, after the third section, you understand the structure of the loan agreement. It is important to understand that while there are several participating banks, there is only one single loan document.

Requirements

• To take my course, there is no need to have access to any specific software or additional material. It helps to have familiarity with basic accounting terminology. The reader should have an appropriate mindsets for studying how young companies grow and enter foreign markets.

This course is for

• The target students are graduate level business students and managers in start-up companies
Former Rector of Aalto Business School in Finland
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 34m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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