Corporate Bond Program
USCAP specializes in business capitalization and structured collateral-backed bond issuance services to corporations that own business operations or have projects that have property (or other liquidable securities) as its base of assets. USCAP provides placement of its client's financing opportunities to a variety of financial and investment banking institutions, inclusive of all generic banking and depository sectors, using its experience and expertise to provide companies with access to investment banking, venture capital and finance partners worldwide.
Our Collateralized Convertible (High Yield) Corporate Bond Programs are designed for commercial / project financing via a convertible bond offering-to-IPO. Our bonds and corporate debt offerings (including multi-jurisdictional transactions) are a specialized version of our Structured Finance service.
USCAP also offers credit enhancement structures for debt instruments (bonds and loans) through partial credit guarantees, risk sharing facilities, and participation in securitizations.
A Corporate Bond is debt instrument that is investment grade, in which an investor loans money to a corporation that borrows the funds for a defined period of time at a fixed interest rate. Our Corporate Bonds are used by companies to finance a variety of projects and companies.
The indebted entity (issuer) issues the corporate bond with an interest rate (coupon) that will be paid and when the loaned funds (bond principal) are to be returned (maturity date). Interest on bonds is usually paid every six months (semi-annually). The structure of this type of bond (corporate bond), is as a collateralized, convertible bond.