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Asset finance is a method of providing financing for the purchase of particular tangible movable assets. The actual structure of the financing used will depend on the nature of the asset being purchased.
A project finance transaction typically involves the financing of capital expenditure required to construct a new asset, with lenders being repaid exclusively from the revenues earned by the operation of the asset following construction.
If a corporate entity wishes to raise money (i.e. 'capital'), it may be able to issue debt securities in the debt capital markets. This provides access to investors who are seeking suitable opportunities to grow their own funds and is typically cheaper than equity funding.
A derivative is a type of financial instrument whose value is based upon the value of an underlying asset, index, rate or reference point. Derivatives involve the transfer of risk from one party to another. They can be used to limit a party's exposure to a particular variable or allow a party to gain exposure to that variable. Many different types of entity enter into derivatives such as banks and other investment firms, governments, local authorities and supranational authorities. They are generally traded on the wholesale market although certain derivative products are also entered into by both high net worth individuals and retail investors.
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