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Are you in need of a bridging loan due to the coronavirus crisis? UBS is standing by its corporate clients as a strong partner.
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Business loans ensure flexibility and liquidity
Business loans let you secure your liquidity in the value creation phase between purchase and sale. They can also be used to pre-finance goods and offset seasonal fluctuations.
Investment loans support growth and expansion
Whether you want to acquire new production facilities, modernize your IT infrastructure, or expand your vehicle fleet, we’ll advise you on the best form of financing and offer individual solutions.
The UBS Libor loan offers flexible and attractive financing for your investments without a fixed timeframe. Particularly attractive if you expect interest rates to remain stable or fall.
Good to know:
- Short-term capital and interest-rate commitment
- Interest rates in line with money market developments
- Amortization payments possible at any time at the end of the fixed-interest period, subject to the agreed notice period
For medium- and long-term financing of capital investment, we offer the UBS fixed-rate loan, with the capital amount, amortization, duration and interest rate set in advance. Particularly attractive if you expect interest rates to rise.
Good to know:
- Long-term capital and interest-rate commitment
- Clear calculation basis due to fixed rate of interest throughout the entire term
- Option to fix the interest rate in advance
- Amortization payments as set out in the loan agreement
What will happen once Libor is gone?
The use of Libor as the reference rate for Libor loans is expected to be discontinued at the end of 2021. The National Working Group on Reference Interest Rates in Swiss Francs (NWG) has recommended SARON (Swiss Average Rate Overnight) as the new reference rate for loans in Swiss francs. UBS is collaborating closely with working groups in the five Libor currency areas in order to coordinate an orderly switch to new reference interest rates in the relevant currencies.
Below we explain what this means for your UBS Libor loan and what the alternatives are.
Master credit limit increases financial leeway
By concluding a master credit limit, you agree to a fixed credit amount. You can flexibly access this amount to finance your current and non-current assets. Master credit limit for UBS Business Finance
Credit Master Limit UBS Corporate Financing
Various forms of credit are available to you within the master credit limit. In this way you can freely define the financing structure of your company.
Within the master credit limit the following forms of utilization are provided for:
- UBS Current Account
- UBS Fixed Advance
- UBS Libor Loan
- UBS Fixed-Rate Loan
- UBS Deposits for provision of bank guarantees
- UBS Documentary Credits for opening or confirming letters of credit
Good to know:
- You can access freely available and structurable total financing at any time (master credit limit)
- Resources within the agreed master credit limit are freely available
Alternatives to traditional credit
Leasing is an attractive, cost-effective option for stable long-term financing of mobile investment goods. You keep your business options open and can seize growth opportunities.
Hedging interest rate risks
When it comes to long-term financing, it makes sense to consider the risk of rising interest costs. We can show you how to choose the right products, or use interest rate derivatives to hedge against interest rate risks.
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