LOW-KEY, HIGH-QUALITY PERSON LIFTS THE OTHER END OF OUR BALANCING SCALE TO THE HIGHEST LEVEL
THROUGH 'CUSTOMIZED PROJECTION SKILLS' AND MAKE CAPITAL FLOWS GROW FAST WITH FREE CIRCULATION.
In special projects, customers can choose to launch some invisible accounts or third-party services we offer.
A) Forward parity foreign exchange means the customer and our AGENCY BANKs sign a forward foreign exchange contract, in which delivery date, currency and exchange rate, and transaction direction and amount for multiple transactions are specified. In addition, currencies, transaction directions and delivery exchange rates for such transactions are identical. That is, on each delivery day, the customer conducts foreign exchange delivery with the banks as per the unified exchange rate.
B) Incremental foreign exchange interest rate swap refers to the financial agreements in which customers and our AGENCY BANKs commit to calculate and exchange interest according to the agreed principal of foreign exchange and interest rate in a coming period. The customer pays incremental fixed interest rate of each issue to the banks and collects floating interest rate from it. The counterparties don’t exchange the principal, which also serves as the basis for interest calculation. At present, the floating interest rate of foreign exchange interest rate swap includes 1-month LIBOR, 3-month LIBOR and 6-month LIBOR.
The structured deposit refers to a financial product with certain risks. The investors place their funds in the local legal currency for the location where the client’s funds being or foreign currencies into COOPERATIVE BANKs, and the banks and us embed financial derivative tools (including but not limited to forward, swap, option, and futures) into them based on regular deposits to link the investor’s income to interest rate, exchange rate, stock price, commodity price, credit, indicators and other financial or non-financial underlying assets.
The foreign currency structured deposit refers to those with the principal in foreign convertible currencies, such as USD, EUR, AUD, GBP, JYE, TWD and HKD.
A) Short-term financing bond refers to the debt financing instruments that are issued by the legal non-financial enterprises in the inter-bank bond market and shall be repaid (both principal and interests) during a period of less than one year. The issuer can independently decide the issuance term within a period of no longer than 1 year (inclusive) based on its financing needs and arrangement of the fund uses. At present, short-term financing bonds in the market generally have a term of 6 months, 9 months and 1 year etc.
B) Debt instrument(BB to A) issued by corporate entities (between 2 (inclusive) and 10 (inclusive) in the interbank bond market under unified product design, unified title, unified credit enhancement and unified issuance/registration, where the principal and interest are repaid within a period agreed. Offering period and types of Small-and-Medium Enterprise Collective Notes ("SMECN") can be flexibly designed according to the financing needs of issuers.
C) 'Physical Gold Leasing - Global Intermediation' is a service for qualified corporate clients (including small enterprises, "lessee") to lease gold from our BANKs and pay leasing fees in USD/EUR/HKD/JYE/SGD/TWD as agreed in the contract. The lessee repays gold of the same amount when the contract expires. Gold offered for leasing are standard gold bars or ingots that are traded and delivered at Exchange Markets specified. For example, Au9999 means 1-kg (standard weight) gold ingot of 99.99% purity. Delivery and repayment of the leased physical gold is processed via the member service system of Shanghai Gold Exchange. Leasing period is based on lessee's business cycle, not longer than 12 months for one lease.