Structured Finance

Structured finance is a heavily involved financial instrument presented to large financial institutions or companies with complicated financing needs who are unsatisfied with conventional financial products.

Structured financing allows utilities to borrow funds by using their collections (cash flow) as security rather than using their physical assets as collateral. The benefit of structured financing is that the entity can use its liquid assets derived from its illiquid infrastructure as an alternative funding source.

Structured financing helps to reduce the risk to the lender, which results in lower interest rates and better terms.

Structured financial products, such as collateralized debt obligations, are non-transferable.

Eligibility of Structure finance

  • Good credit history
  • Adequate income and cash flow
  • Collateral or assets to secure the financing
  • A solid business plan or investment strategy

List of documents Structure Finance

1. Proof of Identity (PAN) Card

2. Proof of address Aadhar Card (like utility bills or rental agreement)

3. Financial statements (Including income statements and Balance Sheets)

4. Business plan or Investment proposal

5. Collateral documentation (if applicable)

6. Bank statements

7. Tax returns

8. Legal documents (such as partnership agreements or articles of incorporation) Remember, the specific documents required may vary based on the lender and the nature of your financing.

*Note: Different banks/financial institutes have different eligibility criteria.

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Opp. Vashi Railway Station,
Vashi Navi Mumbai -400 703.


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