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CORPORATE BANKING


Through our sister company, Liaoning Zhenxing Capital Markets Limited have become reputable and recognize advisers of choice to China's leading companies and public institutions, and have been involved in landmark transactions, in China. We provide comprehensive advisory services, combining innovative advice and proven execution skills, to our domestic and multinational clients.


Our services include but are not limited to Financial Advisory, Debt and Equity capital raising including Initial Public Offerings, Mergers and Acquisitions, Infrastructure and Project Finance.


  • Our wide approach is to:


  • Leverage on our deep industry knowledge and financial expertise to provide informed advice on a broad array of business and financing strategies to address specific client needs;


    Review government and regulatory policies that will best suit our clients and offer bespoke advice aimed at creating value;


    Identify and create profitable solutions for our clients, which includs;


  • Spot Purchase:

  • Where a customer has trade obligations to settle in a foreign currency, this is most likely the case where the customer is an importer and he requires foreign exchange to pay his own customer (the exporter) in another country and in another currency. In such an instance the customer will have to use his naira to purchase the foreign currency. This is referred to as an outright purchase and only customers with eligible trade transaction(s) are allowed to purchase Foreign exchange in the interbank market.


  • Spot Sale:


  • A customer may also be in possession of foreign exchange and may wish to sell it to the bank in return for CNY. This is most likely the case for an export business related customer who earns part of his revenue in foreign exchange or where the customer is raising capital for his business from abroad by way of capital importation.


    Foreign Exchange Forward: A forward rate is a rate agreed upon by two counter parties to be used to convert one currency into another at a determined future date. The rate, once agreed upon is, binding on both parties. The rate is not determined by chance. It is derived by use of a mathematical formula which takes into account the spot rate of the two currencies in question, the tenor of the forward and the interest rates prevailing in the two relevant countries.


    Currency Swaps: This is a foreign exchange agreement between two parties to exchange the principal and/or interest of an asset or liability in one currency for equivalent amounts in another currency at a pre-determined time.


    Other Currencies: A customer may buy or sell other currencies like GBP, Euro against the USD without converting to CNY. A cross rate is applied which indicates the prevailing value of one currency relative to the other. The customer may require this product if he is in possession of one foreign currency, but has to make payments in another foreign currency.


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