First, review the module resources (including the optional resources which may also be useful in completing this task). In addition, do a bit of research on your own regarding global financing options. Large global banks, such as HBSC or Bank of America—ones that have extensive experience with foreign lending policies—detail their global loan procedures on their websites.
Next, address the following critical elements: please make these (bold) the subject for the paper
Looking at Apple INC into Taiwan
- Funding Options: Identify and describe the possible options of financing available for your selected company as it expands globally, for example, debt- issuing bonds, taking a loan, equity, issuing a new stock, etc. Briefly explain why these options are a good fit for your company.
- Requirements, Rules, and Regulations: Identify and discuss the requirements, rules, and regulations of the banking system in the selected global market in regards to lending to foreign companies.
- Impact: How will these requirements, rules, and regulations impact your company’s financing decisions?
- Mode of Entry: What mode of entry would be most beneficial for your selected company (for example, merger, greenfield investment of just exporting)?Why?
Refer to your text, module, and other course resources, as well as your own research, to support your responses.RubricGuidelines for Submission: The short paper should follow these formatting guidelines: 1–2 pages in length, double spaced, 12-point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, and citations in APA style.
Here is some information I have
Specific Requirements, Rules, and Regulations for banks’ lending to foreign companies like Apple in Taiwan are in line with Taiwan’s policy to form business climate for foreign investors(1).
The country has initiated rules for banks to give loans to IP rights holders who use can use IP as a collateral in obtaining bank loans a rule that applies to foreign companies like Apple(1).
Taiwan also has put in place a fund known as SME Credit Guarantee Fund that require foreign firms like Apple to pay them a fee to obtain a guarantee from the fund in order to secure loans from banks(1).
The foreign company must be registered legally or its branch must be legally registered in Taiwan in order to secure a loan as a foreign company not registered in Taiwan may lack collateral as its mortgage and security are not registered in Taiwan as per company Act since the company is unregistered (2).