You are here: Corporate » Investiment Banking

Investiment Banking

Investment Banking

Our specialists in Investment Banking are focused on adding value to Standard Bank's client relationships by developing and implemented the following products (and services):

 

Capital Markets (origination, Custody & Brokerage)

Our capital markets team assists clients in their long term borrowing and lending decisions by advising, structuring, underwriting and placing.

Project Finance

With the support of the Jhb team of specialists, our team provides advice and structuring services on contracts, negotiations, risk analysis, cash flow modeling, sourcing of debt and equity, securing strategic Investors, and improving a project’s risk profile by credit enhancement.

 

Structured Trade Finance

We are able to advice and to structure facilities to meet your specific needs and requirements.

Corporate Finance

We provide strategic advice and arranging services on Mergers and Acquisitions, Stock Exchange listings (bonds and shares), capital raising and business valuation.

 

Asset Management

We provide professional services for management of various securities and assets to meet specified investment goals for the benefit of the investors which may be institutions (insurance companies, pension funds, corporations etc.) or private investors (both directly via investment contracts and more commonly via collective investment schemes e.g. mutual funds) .

Financiamento Corporativo

Events & Social Responsabilities

NOTICE: Prohibition of external receipts via SWIFT MT103 in national currency

Please note that the Bank of Mozambique has communicated on the 10th June 2020 all commercial banks to not process inward payments in local currency, as they must be remitted to Mozambique in foreign currency, despite the beneficiary account being in MZN or in foreign currency.

Standard Bank plays leading role in Mozambique LNG financing

Standard Bank is one of the leading financial services providers involved in the financing of up to US $15 billion for the Mozambique LNG project, led by the French multinational Total, in the Rovuma basin, whose financing documents, confirming access to the senior debt, were signed on Wednesday, July 15.