The range of available financing instruments is expanding
Why should a company issue on the debt market?
Since the 2008 financial crisis, regulatory changes have been introduced to facilitate investment by institutional investors (i.e. insurance companies, pensions, funds) in mid-sized industrial companies.
This has increased the range and diversity of debt instruments available.
Markets are now able to respond to broader financing needs in terms of deal size, maturity, and financial flexibility. Access to primary market financing sources is particularly relevant for companies with a significant amount of debt. The optimal level of disintermediation depends on several factors, including:
- the company’s credit profile
- changes in the company’s financing needs
- market trends and opportunities
Our experts have an in-depth knowledge of market dynamics, rating agencies’ methodologies, and investor preferences.
Redbridge equips CFO’s with the best tools and most relevant information to identify optimal disintermediation strategies. The team assists with:
- credit positioning strategy
- rating advisory
- presentations for agencies
- selection of investors (private placements) and/or bookrunners (public bonds)
- definition of term sheets and participation in the negotiation of legal documents