How and from where do you raise money if you don’t have a strong balance sheet or the cost of traditional financing options (from banks) are too high for you? How do you get access to capital markets which may otherwise be unavailable to you due to lack of financial strength of your firm?
Structured finance could be a great option for you to raise money notwithstanding its role in US subprime crisis in 2008. Mortgage backed securities are a suspect after the crisis but many other forms for structured finance in international markets are still providing the much needed finance for projects worldwide.
Structured finance refers to such financing structures for raising money wherein the lender does not look at your business entity as a risk but align the financing to specific cash based or synthetically created future assets in your business. It includes all public and private financial structures that efficiently refinance and hedge your profitable business activities beyond the scope of conventional forms of balance sheet based financing with the objective to lower cost of capital.
This workshop aims to catapult you into what is happening in international financial markets today, by undertaking an intensive deep - dive into theoretical and practical aspects of Structured Finance as it is practiced globally, with particular focus on how it can throw up opportunities in the Indian market and help you raise money for your business.