A sale and lease back transaction (SALB) can have different purposes. A client may be looking to monetize assets on its balance sheet to free up capital for strategic investments like fleet renewal or M&A activities or to manage its residual value risk position for certain rail assets.
In a SALB the asset owner sells its assets to a different company and receives a sales prices and in the same transaction agrees to lease the assets back from the purchaser for defined period of time against the payment of rent.
SCOPE OF WORK
TYPICAL SCOPE OF WORK FOR SALE & LEASEBACK TRANSACTION
Assessment of attractiveness of rolling stock available for transaction
Investigate suitable structures for sale and lease back (captive asset-co, external investor, rosco etc)
Approach suitable investors
Manage NDA and information sharing process (info memo, data room, Q&A)
Receive and evaluate bids
Support client with decision making, governance and transaction closing
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Managing the process for the acquisition and refurbishment for up to 135 passenger coaches by a 3rd party investor from FlixTrain
More about this project
• STRUCTURING AND ARRANGING OF DEBT AND/OR EQUITY FOR ROLLING STOCK AND DEPOT FINANCINGS • TRANSACTION STRUCTURING AND MANAGEMENT • DEVELOPMENT OF OPERATING LEASE PLATFORMS AND ROLLING STOCK POOLS FOR PRIVATE INVESTORS OR PUBLIC TRANSPORT AUTHORITIES • FINANCIAL MODELLING (REVIEW, DEVELOPMENT, MANAGEMENT)
• FINANCIAL MODELLING (REVIEW, DEVELOPMENT, MANAGEMENT) • DUE DILIGENCE SUPPORT FOR M&A TRANSACTIONS • MARKET ENTRY SUPPORT • BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT • PROMOTE GREEN TECHNOLOGY AIMED TO INVESTORS • PROVIDE 2ND OPINION ON ASSET VALUATIONS, LEASE RATES AND MARKET POTENTIAL • DEVELOPING WHOLE LIFE COST MODELS FOR ROLLING STOCK ASSETS • PREPARATION OF DESKTOP STUDIES (IN RELATION ROLLING STOCK FINANCING OPTIONS)