Financial Advisory & Structuring

We advise the operating units of the Siemens Group in all financial topics. That includes structuring arranging and implementing project and structured financing worldwide. We are typically engaged in the very early stages of projects. Thus, we are able to analyze the financial viability of projects and ensure cohesive and comprehensive project development that takes financial aspects into consideration from day one. Specifically, we review alternate financing solutions and risk-mitigation concepts for projects. Our focus is on projects in the Energy, Healthcare, Industry and Infrastructure & Cities Sectors.

 

We devise solutions on behalf of Siemens that balance the requirements of customers, suppliers and capital providers. We greatly benefit from our well- and long-established relationships with members of the global financial community. Thus we can offer competitive rates in order to make projects happen.

Our highly qualified team comes with extensive financial, business and regional expertise.

Our service spectrum covers

  • Review of the financial viability of projects

  • Financial advisory, structuring, arranging and implementation of tailored and competitive financing concepts

  • Design of financing-relevant components in the supplier agreement

  • Coordination with customers, financial advisers and other customer consultants

  • Analysis of all risks related to project finance and negotiations with credit and investment insurers, national and international financing institutions and other project participants


What sets us apart

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  • Innovative financing solutions from a single source

  • Proven success in the handling of a number of international projects in the Energy, Healthcare, Industry and Infrastructure & Cities Sectors

  • A global network of financing partners and close relationships with leading members of the international financing community

  • Ability to provide equity and debt finance using SFS’ balance sheet