Structured Finance

  • Right for you if:
    Your business has cross-border purchasing requirements

  • Take advantage of our risk mitigating tools and techniques to structure tailored short-, medium-, or long-term financing solutions for your business.

    Present in more than 50 international markets, Scotiabank can provide corporate, project, or sovereign loans in local currency, U.S. dollars, or euros.

    Short-term Financing:

    We offer import/export financing for a variety of goods sold on short credit terms using tools such as letters of credit, bills of exchange, or structured financing with credit enhancements.

    Our short-term financing solutions include:

  • Consumer products

  • Longer-term Financing:

    Our years of industry experience have led us to form strong relationships with export credit agencies and multilateral agencies, helping us structure competitive financing solutions for our clients.

    The risk mitigation tools and techniques we use allow us to provide longer repayment terms, underwrite larger amounts and provide competitive pricing while supporting cross-border purchases. These tools include programmes provided by:

    Export Credit Agencies and Multilateral Agencies:
  • Export credit programmes available from major export credit agencies

  • Project and investment guarantees from multilateral and bilateral agencies

  • Private Insurance:
  • Mitigate cross-border credit and/or political risks with insurance policies

  • Some of the sectors we currently support include:

  • Roads and bridges

  • Airports and sea ports

  • Electric power generation and transmission

  • Water treatment plants (potable water, desalination, and sewage treatment)

  • Transportation:
  • Commercial and private aircrafts, including helicopters

  • Tug boats and supply vessels

  • Earth-moving trucks and loaders

  • Telecommunications and Industrial Equipment:
  • Radars and air traffic control

  • Boilers and brewing equipment

  • Plastics equipment (injection, extrusion)

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