Investment in non performing loans or NPL has been established, in recent years, as an alternative of investment that can offer higher returns to its investors. Through Exante Merchant Bankers you will receive a comprehensive advice on the acquisition of this type of assets.
Investment in non performing loans or NPL has been established, in recent years, as an alternative of investment that can offer higher returns to its investors.
Through Exante Merchant Bankers you will receive a comprehensive advice on the acquisition of this type of assets.
This advice is mainly based on:
- Detailed analysis of portfolios of NPLs to buy.
- Taking advantage of economies of scale and scope earned by the high volumes traded.
- Study of credit guarantees in order to minimize risk.
- Maximum transparency in all operational controls and rigorous internal and external quality controls.
Exante Merchant Bankers is an investment bank specializing in the acquisition and management of non performing loans.
Non performing loans or NPLs are loans in which the borrower, independently of the reason, is unable to deal with the terms.
Currently such loans are settling as an investment option for various reasons, the foremost of these, the impact of the crisis on SMEs, in addition to the hard regulation regarding capital consumption of this type of loans in banks, due to the appearance of Basel III.
Change the holder of the debt, has no effect on the debtor if you do not want.
If you wish so, Exante Merchant Bankers would help you pass some of the savings you will get by purchasing the debt through a resale of credit to borrowers at a discounted price.
- From Exante Merchant Bankers we ensure quality, being our operations regularly audited by external entities.
- We complement the above, being, as an international company prepared to meet the stringent SAS 70 standards.
Exante Merchant Bankers has a long record in managing and acquiring non performing loans or NPLs, participating in transactions with the most prestigious investment institutions in the world (Lonestav, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Deutsche Bank, Merkor Bank, etc.)