Effective short term management of excess liquidity
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Capital preservation and portfolio diversification
The bank can provide short-term liquidity to clients inform of repurchase agreements (Repos) The agreements are contractual arrangement between two parties, where one party agrees to sell securities to another party at a specified price with a commitment to buy the securities back at a later date for another (usually higher) specified price. Transactions are thoroughly vetted through our robust credit review to determine any associated risks
Securitization and Notes
Securitized loans involve the pooling of loans together and selling their related cashflows to investors. As a bank with illiquid credit products (i.e. customer loans or specific forms of illiquid bonds), these products can securitized and sold to clients. Hence, helping meet the liquidity needs of the bank.