Financing fisheries by leveraging the value chain – some structures

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Experiences in financing fishing and fish farming
Fin4Ag: Revolutionising finance for agri-value chains
14-18 July 2014 | Nairobi, Kenya
Day 3 :
Thursday, 17 July 2014
14:00 - 15:30
Kifaru
Presentation by Lamon Rutten, Manager, Policies, Markets and ICTs at CTA

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Financing fisheries by leveraging the value chain – some structures

  1. 1. Financing fisheries by leveraging the value chain – some structures Lamon Rutten CTA Revolutionising finance for agri-value chains Nairobi, 14-18 July 2014
  2. 2. www.fin4ag.org Fish farming operation Input suppliers (feed, diesel etc.) Bank Overseas buyer (or local supermarket) Working capital finance If the bank understands the value chain, it can put into place a risk mitigating financing structure
  3. 3. Working capital finance supported by a collateral management company
  4. 4. Fish exporter Warehouse Fish importer Warehouse Collateral manager Bank Collateral management agreement Payment when fish enters into warehouse controlled by the collateral manager Acceptable payment will allow fish to be released from import warehouse Collateral manager takes full control from moment on that goods enter export warehouse, until release (as authorized by the bank) from the import warehouse. The bank will have recourse to him for most losses during this period. Collateral management can also support South-South trade
  5. 5. Mexico: use of a state-owned marketing company, to raise working capital finance for small fishermen and aquaculture producers on the capital market
  6. 6. Mexico: use of a state-owned marketing company, to raise working capital finance for small fishermen and aquaculture producers on the capital market

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