3. The branch provides a letter of intent and other conditions of risk participation; Risk participation means that Bank of China Brussels Branch participates, as a participating bank in the risk, with or without financing, in the credit risk of a debtor under the international resolution and trade finance. Risk participation is an important product to strengthen cooperation between financial institutions. 1. Normally, the bank`s client signs a general agreement on risk participation with the Bank of China (Luxembourg) S.A. Brussels. However, an individual risk-participation contract may also be accepted on the basis of the actual conditions; With respect to capitalization risk participation, it was agreed that the participant will finance the original lender to enable the lender to meet its obligations under a request for intervention under the credit contract between the borrower and the original lender. The initial lender then sells its shares in the loan to the participant. These main versions of the equity agreements were developed in the form of industry documents used by banks to facilitate the purchase and sale of risks related to the exchange of countries and banks. These agreements are intended to facilitate the exchange of documents between banks and to reduce legal costs by minimizing redundancies.5 The Bank of China pays after receiving certified documents; As part of unfunded risk participation, you pay participation fees in accordance with the contract requirements. As noted above, the original lender`s interest in the lender in the risk-participation agreements is sold directly to the participant. With respect to risk participation, the lender cedes an economic interest to a member`s loan contracts, which allows the lender to benefit from an economic benefit under the loan agreement between the lender and a borrower. There are two main types of risk participation, which are unfunded risk participation and capitalization.
The update of the ITFA-Master participation agreement in New York is aimed at industry players who wish to participate only in unfunded risk participation. Among the players in the sector targeted by this agreement are insurance companies. The framework contract also provides for participation in transactions and facilities, such as guarantee mechanisms, financing facilities or debt purchases, in which the participant directly acquires a share of all instruments issued under such a mechanism. In addition, loan holdings can add value to the original lender, especially in a situation where the borrower is in trouble. This value is created by creating a market to sell the economic shares of the loan between the lender and the borrower, while the lender can remain the record owner of the loan. This is important for the lender in maintaining a relationship with its customer. The revised master ownership agreement maintained many of the 2008 provisions, but also made changes and new provisions to reflect significant changes in industrial practices and changes in the global regulatory landscape that have taken place since 2008.