Corporate Services

At amnacapital, we explore opportunities to avail facilities required in line with our client's business model, working capital cycle, lead period, future projections etc. We channelize this through various sources like local banks, foreign banks, non-banking financial corporations, factoring companies across the region. amnacapital acts as one-stop solution for all debt requirements like debt raising, debt consolidation and debt restructuring. Debt raising in the form of business loans, capital expenditure or capex loans, term debt, equity release loans, trade finance facilities, structured trade finance facilities, letter of credit, trust receipts, short term loans for advance payments to suppliers, local bills discounting (i.e. Invoice and check discounting), receivables financing, suppliers payments against the existing PDCs, loans against the receivables from food delivering companies (i.e. relevant to restaurants only), financing for contracting companies in the form of tender or bid bonds, performance bonds, advance payment guarantees, retention guarantees and supplier payments to procure the materials to complete the projects. we provide and support the business entities at every step and stage of their funding requirements. our highly experienced corporate bankers understand the business requirements and structure the most suitable proposition in line with the business requirement.

Equity Release Loans

Equity release loans: this refers to a range of products letting you access the equity (cash) tied up in various debt free assets of the promoters/companies in the form of residential & commercial buildings, warehouses, labour camps, commercial complexes/malls etc.

Unsecured Business Loans

The type of loan that does not require any type of collateral and purely based on the borrower's creditworthiness. It is necessary that unsecured business loans require . . .

Working Capital Facilities

Working Capital Facility or loan or overdraft is to finance everyday functioning of the company. These are taken to cover a company's short-term operational needs . . . .

Trade Finance Facilities

The financial instruments utilized by companies to facilitate international trade and commerce is known as trade finance facilities. Trade finance is a broad term which covers many financial . . . .

Financing Against Future Receivables

Financing made available to a party involved in a supply chain on the expectation of repayment from funds generated from current or future trade receivables.

Capex Loans

The funds used by a company to acquire, upgrade, expand and maintain physical assets such as property, plants, buildings, technology, add new outlets or equipment are . . . . .