Well in bank instrument monetization, usually this can be done in 10 days or less or even 3 to 5 days in average and all of this depends of the type of instrument that is involved.

The monetization of bank instruments is the process of settling the instruments by the conversion of such instruments into some legal tender. One can monetize or lend on just about any bank instrument that is to be used for the project funding, and then moving them into various trading platforms quickly and more easily. And not only has that but bank instrument monetization also creatively incorporate them into the financing of various development projects.

There are some of the terms where the monetization can be arranged against financial instruments such as BG’s- Bank Guarantees, MTN’s- Medium Term Notes, SBLC’s- Standby Letter of Credit, LOC’s- Letter of Credit, CD’s- Certificate of Deposit, Zero Coupon Bonds, Treasuries and other instruments as well. The only thing that is important is that these instruments must be owned and not leased.

There also comes another question about monetization and that is- What is involved when monetizing an instrument? Well in bank instrument monetization, usually this can be done in 10 days or less or even 3 to 5 days in average and all of this depends of the type of instrument that is involved and moreover whether or not the client is planning on taking the funds into a dynamic trade, managed buy or sell trading program with some high yield returns.

There are also a number of options available in the process of monetization of the bank instruments. And they are-

•    Monetization the instruments for both the cash and the PPP trading platform entry.

•    Monetize instruments for cash.

•    Monetizing the instruments for PPP trading platform entry.

The monetization of the bank instruments also has a number of terms and conditions so as to meet the challenges for an outcome. They can be listed as follows-

•    The instruments must be owned and imaginative.

•    The instruments from all the top banks and the smaller banks are accepted.

•    The financial instrument must be owned.

•    There shall be no up-front fees.

•    Non-recourse and recourse monetization is available for most of the instruments.

•    There are some of the flexible delivery methods including the MT-760, DTCC free transfer etc.

•    The instrument must be from the top 50 World Bank instruments only.

•    The project for the monetization is not required.

•    The client must be in full control of the instrument and will also be able to deliver the instrument to the financial institution.

•    The turn time is generally 10 days or less.