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Guide to Securities-Based Lending

Guide to Securities-Based Lending

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About Guide

Securities-based lending provides ready access to capital. From purchasing a property, buying assets, investing in stocks or growing a business, you can use securities-backed lending (also known as Lombard loans) for various purposes.

Securities-based lending can be an exceptionally useful tool for creating liquidity quickly. As well as more “traditional” Lombard loans against a diverse portfolio of liquid, listed securities, Enness can also broker more unusual deals. This includes sourcing and negotiating loans against unlisted  stocks, single stocks and pre-IPO loans.

Lenders in this space provide funding while using the securities available to a borrower. These loans are typically used to access liquidity quickly, allowing investors to take advantage of time-sensitive opportunities.

Building up a representative portfolio to gain access to this lending space change can be challenging. Enness has a proven track record in acting in clients’ best interests and negotiating the best outcome on their behalf. 

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This Guide Covers

  • How securities-backed lending works 
  • Advantages and limitations 
  • Costs 
  • Unlisted Stock Loans
  • Single Stock Loans 
  • Pre-IPO Loans 
  • How underwriting works 
  • Case studies 

Who are Enness?

Established over a decade ago, Enness has earnt its place as the market leading high net worth (HNW) international mortgage brokerage.

In addition to securing finance and protection, our dedicated and multilingual team is well versed in helping clients make the most of their high value assets – be that releasing capital for onward investment, or improvements to the existing property.

Our team takes a bespoke, holistic approach, and has carefully built up an extensive network of lenders to ensure we can always secure the appropriate finance for your situation.

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