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  • What is a non-recourse stock loan?

    Non-recourse loan is a loan against the value of a stock whereby the shareholder can borrow against the stocks market value without selling the shares in the open market. You borrow against the appraised value of the stock, at a low interest rate for the term of the loan. At maturity, the loan can be paid off in full, refinanced, or if the stock price has fallen below the LTV amount, the borrower can simply walk away from the loan without any further consequences.

  • How are the loans funded?

    Loans are funded on a DVP (Delivery vs Payment) non-print bases which varies from market to market. Both parties coordinate a delivery date with their respective brokerage firms to fund the loan

  • What are the costs involved with the loan programs?

    There are no hidden costs such as application fees, appraisal fees, or any other upfront costs. In the event that a broker is involved, any origination fee can be paid at the time of funding from the loan proceeds.

  • What are minimum and maximum loan amounts?

    The minimum loan amount is $1,000,000 USD. The maximum loan amount is $150,000,000 USD.

  • What is the difference between a stock loan and a margin loan?

    A stock loan usually provides a might higher LTV, or loan to value, than a margin loan. In addition, margin loans usually require a personal credit guarantee of some sort, along with a higher rate of interest. Stock secured financing from Lantau guarantees a high LTV, a low interest rate, flexible repayment terms, and a more personal level of communication.