Syndicated Loans

Syndicated Loans

Accessing large amounts of funds from multiple financial institutions with one agreement.
Riyad Bank takes the lead in Saudi Arabia for arranging and participating in the flow of Syndicated Loans.

  • Raise larger amounts of cash
  • Possibility to borrow over a longer tenor
  • Reduced time and effort spent to negotiate terms
  • Manage your overall funds efficiently

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Overview

Riyad Bank’s Syndicated Loan is a financial fund provided by two or more banks under the same conditions and with a single set of legal documents.

  • Syndication allows Banks to pool their resources and share risks, therefore allowing larger loans to be provided to a borrower
  • The purpose is usually for capital expenditure, but could be working capital related
  • Possibility to borrow for over a longer tenor period
  • The loan may involve fixed amounts, a credit line, or a combination of the two
  • Interest rates can be fixed for the term of the loan or floating based on a benchmark rate such as the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR)