Corporate & Institutional Banking
Corporate & Institutional Clients
It provides either committed or uncommitted lines as flexible form of borrowing to finance day- to-day cash flow requirements generated for normal business activity. This is not intended for financing long term borrowing needs.
For funds drawn on customer’s account against cheques (normally in local currency) deposited to the same account but not yet processed and cleared through the cheque clearing system. Repayment will be automatic through the clearance of uncleared cheques.
A revolving facility repayable on Demand, made available in connection with a current account.
This is a liquidity line granted for financial institutions and corporates where the client is allowed to overdraw their account during the course of the day with repayment at the end of that business day.
A structured form of borrowing intended to finance specific transactions, usually specific assets and the funding requirements that this generates. These are intended for financing longer term borrowing requirements as opposed to overdrafts that are for the financing of short term working capital needs.
Term loan, where drawings can be made and repaid throughout the period of the facility. No drawings can exceed the final maturity date.
A structured form of borrowing intended to finance transactions dependent upon a clear, reliable and identifiable source of repayment, usually the sale of assets. They are intended for financing term borrowing requirements as opposed to overdrafts that are for financing of short term working capital requirements.
SCB Nepal holds nostros in various foreign currencies and offers exchange facilities (buy/sell) for the same.
A Foreign exchange transaction that involves the buying and selling of one currency against another at an agreed rate of exchange and amount, with physical delivery of the two currencies on an agreed date, or within a pre-determined period in future.
A derivative instrument of generic Spot and forward foreign exchange. This gives clients added flexibility when managing foreign exchange risk (to capitalize on appreciation), for hedging.
A Foreign Exchange trading platform offered to Bank clients to trade on G10 spot, swap, outright and also NDF deals.
Fixed Deposit placements offered to all clients (in Nepalese rupees/US Dollars/GBP/EUR) for various tenors.
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