Bespoke primary origination services for your next debt capital raise
StoneX Debt Capital Markets’ global investor base, rock-solid financial stability and comprehensive cross-product capabilities mean your next debt raise gets done the right way.
Unlock your company’s growth potential with a trusted partner at your side
We help middle market companies grow, recapitalize and acquire new assets via strategic debt capital and leveraged financing solutions. We don’t act as principal or buy securities from our own account – leaving us free to act in the best interest of the companies we serve.
Designing and executing focused financing solutions in:
Public and 144a bond issuance
Convertible bond issuance
Structuring debt solutions to meet your financing needs
Achieve your company’s growth goals via an array of tailored debt capital markets services, including:
- Pricing and comparing multiple offers
- New capital project planning
- Evaluating deal terms
- Negotiating strategy
- Advisory services for first-time participants
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Entrepreneurial passion. Bulge-bracket pedigree.
StoneX debt capital markets team brings decades of experience to the table – in leveraged financings and special situation debt transactions. Our dealmaking expertise spans the energy, retail and consumer, broadcast, gaming, shipping and specialty finance sectors.
As part of StoneX Group, a NASDAQ-listed, Fortune 100 financial services firm, we have the financial stability and put-away power to get your deal done. Our clients range from first-time entrants in the private markets, to established companies seeking access to our global universe of lenders – including family offices, commercial banks and private funds.
Why StoneX DCM?
Razor-focused on middle market
Rock-solid financial stability
A relationship, not just a trade
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What are debt capital markets?
Debt capital market (DCM) refers to markets for buying and selling debt securities. The primary function of DCMs is to provide businesses and governments with a source of long-term funding to meet their growth and cash-flow needs. The chief difference between debt and equity capital is that while equity holders have an ownership stake in the business entity, while buyers of debt, such as bonds, are lenders who earn interest on their investment.
Debt capital markets are divided into primary and secondary markets. In primary markets, borrowers raise money directly from investors through bond issuance. In the secondary markets, investment funds, managers and others trade already-existing debt issuance with each other.
What are debt securities?
A debt security specifies the terms of a loan between a borrower (or issuer) and a lender (or investor.) Debt securities are considered negotiable financial instruments that may be traded between parties.
The terms of debt security typically include the issue date and issue price the investor pays on issuance; the fixed or variable coupon (or interest) rate to be paid by the issuer; the maturity date by which the issuer must repay the principal and interest; and the yield-to-maturity which calculates the investors expected annual rate of return.
The four main types of debt securities are bonds, commercial paper, promissory notes and convertible debt.
With DCM professionals in the New York, Stamford, CT, Miami, London, Lagos, Hong Kong, Singapore and Melbourne our team stands ready to build a solution for you, including mezzanine debt, unitranche debt and the issuance of high-yield bonds.
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