Capital Markets

“Begin with an end in mind”

Raising capital in the domestic and global markets 

Access to capital to fund expansion and operations is critical to a company’s ability to meet its short- and long-term objectives. Traditionally, aside from simple bank financing, capital was raised through the following transactions:

  • Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) – visit Going Public
  • Securitizations and structured finance arrangements
  • Private Placements (144A) – equity or debt

In the context of the current economic climate, the inherent uncertainty and risk around raising capital has increased dramatically. The new “wild cards” include evolving capital market regulations, contraction in the credit markets, the effects of significantly increased government borrowing and lending and global recession. Against this backdrop, the consequences of an improperly executed capital raising transaction have increased dramatically. Careful thought, preparation and planning are therefore crucial.

At PwC Indonesia, our capital markets specialists leverage deep knowledge of both the Indonesian and global exchanges and regulatory processes to help clients effectively address the new challenges of the current economic environment.