1) Treasury Services

We offer you services from ex bankers who have significant work exposure in Foreign Exchange & Interest Rate Risk Management, Asset Liability Management, Treasury Funding, Foreign Currency loan, Forex, Derivatives, and have advised various corporate in hedging their exports and imports, comparative advantage between INR and foreign currency loan, cost reduction structures on options and swaps.

Our team have demonstrated skill in understanding and advising corporate in the field of treasury and risk management, Have through knowledge in RBI policies, treasury products and loan and FX and IR structuring.


2) Project Finance


Project finance is the long-term financing of infrastructure and industrial projects based upon the projected cash flows of the project rather than the balance sheets of its sponsors.

Usually, a project financing structure involves a number of equity investors, known as ‘sponsors’, as well as a ‘syndicate’ of banks or other lending institutions that provide loans to the operation. They are most commonly non-recourse loans, which are secured by the project assets and paid entirely from project cash flow, rather than from the general assets or creditworthiness of the project sponsors, a decision in part supported by financial modeling.

Our Project Financing service includes the following
Private equity placement Preparation of Project Reports
Arrangement of term loans & SBLC Bank Guarantee and LC’s

Financial restructuring is the reorganizing of a business’ assets and liabilities. The process is often associated with corporate restructuring where an organization’s overall structure and its processes are revamped. Although companies can restructure for any reason, in most cases it is done when there are serious problems with the business, and to avoid bankruptcy liquidation.

Every functioning company controls assets, or economic resources that can be owned and are otherwise considered valuable. Most businesses also hold liabilities, which are debts or other obligations that arise as a result of past transactions. These economic factors will often have the most significant impact on the success or failure of that business, so financial restructuring is likely to focus on effectively managing assets and reducing liabilities.

Corporate financial restructuring is any substantial change in a company’s financial structure, or ownership or control, or business portfolio, designed to increase the value of the firm. If you want to increase the value of your firm, you may need to reorganize your financial assets in order to create the most financially beneficial environment for the company.

Financial difficulty can creep up on a company, only to be noticed when it’s almost too late. While running the day-to-day affairs, it’s easy to become busy to the point of overlooking small issues. Over time, these issues can add up and grow, until the company is facing a crisis they never saw coming. In such cases, finding the underlying causes can be a time-consuming and difficult process, often requiring the help of an outside company. Not addressing certain problems upfront, or simply hoping that they will fix themselves, is the best way to see a company crumble from within. On the other hand, when tough decisions need to be made, there is often a fear of making the wrong ones. At Business Capital, we specialize in financial restructuring for businesses facing such situations. As an outside third party, we have the ability to properly assess a business’s needs and prescribe the proper remedy.

What does financial restructuring entail? In the case of excessive debt, we negotiate directly with creditors and vendors to create repayment plans that are acceptable to both parties. Through limited asset liquidation and accounts receivable funding, we secure capital that the company can use to expand. We also help create a business plan that details the financial direction of the company and the steps needed to achieve success.


3) Debt Advisory & Fund Raising

Need to raise capital for growth, expansion, a new product or venture, or restructuring?  The debt markets are increasingly complex, and rapidly changing. Fluid markets lead to constantly fluctuating institutional appetite, product availability and pricing making it difficult to keep abreast of and truly up to date with such a dynamic market.

For an independent perspective on the debt markets, and how to take advantage of them, contact the Corporate Finance Advisory team at DBS Tradelink & Advisors which will assist you in Capital raising, Acquisition/disposals and debt restructuring.