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FINANCE BUSINESS INTERESTS


STRUCTURED ASSET FINANCE

Looking to finance your investment in capital goods and income producing assets? The combination of asset finance product capability, asset expertise, asset structuring skills, and in-depth knowledge of your industry are essential to a successful outcome.

As 'No. 1 Banker of Choice for Structured Asset Finance in Asia', ANZ delivers leading asset finance solutions across a diverse range of asset classes. We have a range of solutions to help you finance your investment in capital goods and income producing assets:

General asset finance
Standardised products including finance lease, hire purchase and chattel mortgage.

Structured asset finance
Bespoke asset finance solutions for specialised assets, specific cash flow or balance sheet outcomes. Plus operating leases of specialised assets including mobile mining equipment.

Receivables finance
Providing term funding by purchasing receivables relating to the sale of capital goods or the supply of services.

Structured trade finance
Financing of high value commodity flows that is structured around the supply chain and commercial terms of customers. Each financing arrangement can be tailored to your particular needs.

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