International finance, an offshoot of economics, encompasses a detailed understanding of exchange rates and foreign investment and their impact on international trade. Analysis of international projects, overseas investments, cross border capital flows, trade deficits, currency swaps and global financial markets are some of its key areas.
With economies and the operations of the business organizations going global, Indian companies have an access to funds in the global capital market.
International finance helps organizations engage in cross-border transactions with foreign business partners, such as customers, investors, suppliers and lenders.
Sources of International Finance:
  • External Commercial Borrowings ( ECB)
  • Global commercial banks
  • Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)
  • Foreign Institutional Investments (FII)
  • Private Equity / debt funding
  • Joint ventures
  • Partnerships
  • Project loans & start ups
  • Loan syndication
  • International leasing
  • Supply chain finance
  • Equipment finance
  • Buyer credit facilities
  • EXIM bank programs
  • Letter of credits
  • Financial guarantees
  • Venture capital financing
  • Acquisition finance/ M&A
Our Expertized team in project consultancy at PPIPL provides the best advisory to clients by considering the effect of foreign exchange rates, financial & political risk associated with actions of foreign government and reducing the firm’s cost of capital as its lowest by suggesting best possible means of finance.