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Domestic M&A
 

Merging and Acquiring Loans

Business Description:
Merging and acquiring loans refer to the loans that are disbursed to meet the acquirer’s or its special subsidiary’s needs on payment of the M&A transaction consideration during the M&A deals and repaid with the enterprise’s cash flow after the M&A, consolidated revenue or other legal income of the acquirer.

Targets:
1. The acquirers applying for merging and acquiring loans shall open basic or general deposit account with ICBC, operate in a lawful and compliant manner, maintain sound credit record, and don’t have any bad records of credit default or evasion or rejection of banking debts;
2. The acquirer’s credit rating shall meet the access requirements of ICBC’s merging and acquiring loans;
3. The M&A deal shall meet the national industrial policy and the industrial credit policy of ICBC, and the acquirer shall enjoy be high industrial or strategic relevance to the target enterprises; and
4. The M&A deal shall be lawful and compliant.

Charging Standards:
Both parties shall sign the restructuring and M&A financial advisory service agreement upon negotiations. The financial advisory service fee will be collected based on the agreed charging standards.

Disclaimer:
Information herein is for reference only. Please refer to regulations of local branches of ICBC for further details.

M&A Financing Advisory Service

Business Description:
During the M&A financing process of enterprises, ICBC makes flexible use of its financial knowledge, financial instruments and financial channels to provide advisory services such as designing the financing plan, analyzing the financing risks, assessing the loan repayment ability and assisting in arrangement of the M&A funds.

Targets:
Corporate entities or specialized investment institutions that need the M&A financing services.

Charging Standards:
Both parties shall sign the restructuring and M&A financial advisory service agreement through negotiations. The financial advisory service fee will be collected based on the agreed charging standards.

Disclaimer:
Information herein is for reference only. Please refer to regulations of the Investment Banking Department of ICBC for further details.

Joint M&As

Business Description:
In the joint M&A business, ICBC makes use of the investment banking service means to provide the joint investment entities of restructuring and M&A activities with whole-process and comprehensive investment banking services such as organization advisory service, financing advisory service, transaction advisory service and after-M&A management (exit) advisory services etc.

Targets:
Sponsors of joint M&A deals that have the M&A needs but can’t independently complete the M&A, and need to rely on the strength and resources of partners to accomplish the M&A; joint investment entities during the restructuring and M&A deals; and financial investors that need to exit from its investment.

Handling Conditions:
Customers applying for the joint M&A services shall operate in a lawful and compliant manner, maintain favorable credit records, and don’t have any bad records such as credit default or evasion and rejection of banking debts.

Handling Procedures:
Customers may submit the applications to the Restructuring, M&A Division of the Investment Banking Department of the Head Office of ICBC.

Service Channel and Time:
Customers may directly contact the Restructuring, M&A Division of the Investment Banking Department of the Head Office of ICBC.

Charging Standards:
Both parties shall sign the restructuring and M&A financial advisory service agreement through negotiations. The financial advisory service fee will be collected based on the agreed charging standards.

Disclaimer:
Information herein is for reference only. Please refer to regulations of the Investment Banking Department of ICBC for further details.

M&A Financial Advisory Service

Business Description: 
M&A financial advisory service refers to the service that ICBC provides deal making, due diligence investigation, value assessment, transaction structure design, M&A risk assessment, commercial negotiation assistance, delivery assistance and other services to the customers during the customers’ M&A process.

Targets:
Corporate entities or specialized investment institutions with M&A needs.

Operational Guide:
The general workflow of M&A financial advisory services include two stages: a) business marketing and b) project operation. Business marketing starts from digging of the project cues and includes services such as demand confirmation, information storage, preparation and submission of the project proposal. It aims at getting the Financial Advisor Mandate from the customers or having the customers sign the Restructuring and M&A Advisory Service Agreement with ICBC.
Project operation starts from project establishment and includes contents such as team organization, due diligence investigation, deal making, plan design, value assessment and operation management etc.

Charging Standards:
Both parties shall sign the restructuring and M&A financial advisory service agreement through negotiations. The financial advisory service fee will be collected based on the agreed charging standards.

Disclaimer:
Information herein is for reference only. Please refer to regulations of local branches of ICBC for further details.


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