Corporate Banking

With five decades of commitment, dedication and growth, Bank of America is one of India's leading corporate banks, drawing on broad global expertise and resources. The bank works closely with Indian corporations, financial institutions, subsidiaries of large multinational companies and U.S. commercial banking clients to deliver insightful solutions and build long-term relationships. Bank of America's India-based client managers and product specialists work together to meet the comprehensive needs of clients, including working capital requirements, treasury management, trade finance solutions, capital raising, risk management, foreign exchange and fixed income.

The bank's broad lending platform and deep client commitment allow clients access comprehensive, flexible financing solutions based on currencies, tenors and interest rates that match their needs.

Bank of America is at the forefront of every client relationship. By understanding the unique complexities of client businesses, the bank addresses clients' critical objectives. It invests time to understand what drives companies-their immediate objectives, long-term goals and ever-changing market and competitive environments.

Rupee and foreign currency working capital loans

  • Bank of America offers short-term, cost-effective financing solutions ranging from a single day up to one year in duration. It also provides rupee loans, overdraft facilities, local bill discounting and both import and export (pre-and post-shipment) financing solutions.

Rupee and foreign currency term loans

  • Bank of America has a proven expertise in providing term financing solutions to a wide spectrum of clients. It has a long-standing leading market position in foreign currency term lending and strong on-the-ground capabilities for rupee term loans.

Structured finance/term lending

  • Bank of America has the ability to structure and tailor financing solutions to suit specific requirements, including providing suitable options and flexibility on security, covenants, recourse, tenor, amortization and repayment.