Who is a Provider and why do they Lease Bank Guarantees?
Bank guarantee provider.
Providers have very large balance sheets. This allows them to lend part of their asset base for “leasing” Bank Guarantees or technically Collateral Transfer transactions.
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Who is a Bank Guarantee Provider?
A Bank Guarantee Provider is a group of sophisticated investors who are able to “Lease” Bank Guarantees. These companies are recognised as Hedge Funds, Sovereign Wealth Funds, Private Equity Funds and Larger Family Offices. They are not geographically centred but spread out through various global financial centres.
The Providers all have one thing in common, massive balance sheets. This allows them to lend part of their asset base for “leasing” Bank Guarantees or technically Collateral Transfer transactions. Inevitably, part of their portfolio will be underperforming, and assets such as Medium and Long Term Notes do not generate big returns.
Why do they act as Providers?
The Providers can utilise these assets as security for providing Bank Guarantees for Collateral Transfer transactions that will accordingly generate a better return on investment.
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