What is the difference between a consortium and syndicate?
Both terms are interchangeable. Generally, a consortium is formed for the first to transact some business such as consortium of underwriters A syndicate on the other hand is for repeated business. Two or three banks may join hand and provided syndicated loans to the industry.
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A Syndicate is a Group of People's or a Company ;). Answer: . Syndicate comes from the French word syndicat which means trade union ( syndic meaning administrator )…, from the Latin word syndicus which in turn comes from the Greek word ( syndikos ) which means caretaker of an issue , compare to ombudsman or representative .. Answer-- . Web syndication is a form of syndication in which website material is made available to multiple other sites. Most commonly, web syndication refers to making web feeds available from a site in order to provide other people with a summary of the website's recently added content (for example, the latest news or forum posts). The term can also be used to describe other kinds of licensing website content so that other websites can use it.
Essentially there is NO DIFFERENCE.
The Industry Dictionary maintained by LeaseForce International (www.leaseforce.com/ASP/Dictionary/bottom.asp?Action=FirstLetterSearch&Letter=L) defines a lease syndication as …follows:. "The process of involving a number of different lessors and funding sources in providing various percentages of a particular lease's debt and equity components. Typically a hallmark of large lease transactions; a lease syndication can allow any one lessor or funding source to maintain a more prudent and manageable credit exposure and competitive pricing while still providing the lessee with the total financing it desired and/or required."
consortium is an association of two or more individuals, companies, organizations or governments with the objective of participating in a common activity or pooling their reso…urces for achieving a common goal . A group of people or organizations, that consorts with each other in order to achieve a common aim.
Consortium . Two or more companies who agree help each other and not to compete with each other in order to achieve a common goal. Each company remains independent.. Joint… operation . Two or more companies who have joined together to create a larger company. The companies lose some of their independence.
syndication of loan is arranged by a lead arrangers and it is on common terms which is finalised between borrower and arranger where as in consortium loan borrower has to arra…nge the finance himself from different bank this finance on different term and at different pricing Loan Syndication and Consortium finance is resorted to when a client needs a huge loan which a single Bank either cannot provide or cannot take risk to provide. In Loan Syndication, a large bank approaches the client, fixes up the terms and conditions, interest rates etc. Thereafter, he approaches other Banks for "selling" of this loan. The other banks ,if agree, "purchase" a part of the loan on the same or different terms and conditions. In Loan Syndication, the client deals with one Bank only. In Consortium Finance, a Large Bank approaches the client, collects the information about amount of loan, terms and conditions and then calls a meeting of other Banks. Those who agree to lend the money approach the client and the client fixes up the loan with each of them separately. The follow-up and other jobs is done by the Leading Bank of the consortium which is mutually decided by the participating Banks.(Need not be the highest lender).
The main difference between loan syndication and consortium financeis that syndication is done based on common terms between thelender and borrower. Consortium finance has to …be arranged by theborrower, such as when one bank cannot accommodate the entire loanamount.
Syndicate is a informal arrangment and will be disbanded once theobjecive is attained. Joint Venture is legal long term arrangmentwith a common objective.
syndication:- it is a process in which one bank which is acting as a lead bank takes the responsibility of arranging the whole amount of loan (which might be huge) for a corpo…rate. since it can not be afforded single handedly, it then calls other banks for participation. the tranches are made and alloted to the banks on pro rata basis of their quotes. the lead bank may also act as an underwriter. it charges a fee accordingly for the range of services it is providing. the borrower's contract is with single bank i.e. the lead bank. in consortium a large no. of banks the come together to lend a borrower. here also there might be a lead bank and sharing of credit on pro rata basis of quotes but the contract is separate with different banks. there might not be an underwriter present.
What are the differences between syndicate business trust holding company franchise and joint venture?
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In my opinion, In JV, the agreement is for a definite period and the entities having the JV have to bind legally, where as in Consortium, it is only for a specific project ,e…ven though the consortium is for a definite period, lt may not stand legally.
In a syndicated loan, different banks arrange for the loan money. They might interact with the borrower independently to design the loan terms. The syndicated loan may be arra…nged by one or more lead banks and then parceled out to the others. . However, in a participation, there are two relationships - one between the borrower and the lead bank , second between the lead bank and the participant. The participant does not have to maintain any relation with the borrower but is ensured a part of the proceeds by the lead bank, that is solely responsible for servicing the loan and maintaining relationships with the borrower.
The main difference between a "mixed culture" and "a consortium" is shared beliefs and working toward a stated, common goal. We have many countries with mixed cultures, but …the groups may think and live as separately as if they still lived in their countries of birth. Or, within a country, different sections may give rise to different cultural lives and beliefs. For example, in the USA South, children are raised to say"Ma'm when speaking to any older female. But, in the USA North, *most* children are raised to be polite but not specifically to use "Ma'm" in speaking. A "consortium" arises when similar or dissimilar persons or groups come together for a common goal, usually with a stated mission to achieve. In that sense, any group that forms could call itself "a consortium". For example, "The Consortium on Reading Excellence (CORE)" is a consortium of teachers and educators who come together under the umbrella of the group "to support literacy and math achievement growth for all students". As other fictitious examples-- --A group of students could start a "Consortium to Improve Teen Recreation and After-School Activities". -- Citizens of a metro area could start a "Consortium for Strengthening Community Service." --- A group of physicians could start a "Consortium to Improve Health" -- A group could launch a "Consortium to Lower Health Care Costs". -- Another group decided to focus on a health concern, "The Consortium to Eliminate Breast Cancer." Within each "consortium", members could be of any race, any religion, any ethnic background, any culture, any country of birth, etc.
multiple banking is use of more than one bank while loan syndication is where several banks lend the money for one loan.
A club deal , in finance, refers to a leveraged buyout or other private equity investment that involves several different private equity investment firms. Club deal can also …be referred as syndicated investment . In a club deal, the investor group of private equity firms pools its assets together and makes the acquisition collectively. The practice has historically allowed private equity to purchase larger and more expensive companies than each constituent firm could potentially acquire through its own private equity funds. Additionally, by syndicating the equity ownership across a group of investment firms, each firm reduces its concentration and is able to maintain the diversification of its portfolio of investments. (by Wikipedia)