优乐娱乐平台Home | 收藏本站 | 订阅 | 登录 | 注册 | 手机网 | 微博 | 微信 | 下载中心Download 2015/03/11 10:52:45


英媒:中国金融租赁机构被劝不要对海外船厂融资
英国媒体Lloyd's List在10月19日以标题“ No more finance for foreign-yard newbuilds, China's leasing houses told”报道中国金融租赁机构被劝告不要对海外船厂新造船项目融资。英文报道全文参考,见中文后。

中国产业界的主管和监管单位国家工信部,上周在北京一个会议上要求国内各家银行管理的金融租赁公司不要对海外船厂新造船项目融资与会者包括来自国内造船厂,金融机构和行业协会的代表。消息来源称,工信部已收到中国船舶重工集团公司和中国船舶工业集团两大造船集团投诉两家单位不满中国金融租赁公司支持他们的竞争对手主要是日韩船厂,尤其是在当前市场艰难,订单稀少的大势下。

一家总部上海的XX 金融租赁公司因为准备融资韩国现代船厂的多艘化学品船和油轮,备受关注。

还有一些中国著名的金融租赁公司对地中海航运公司准备在韩国大宇和三星重工船厂建造的22000 TEU集装箱船订单也表示融资兴趣,但消息人士称,在工信部的压力下,他们现在失去了兴趣。


工信部在发稿时止没有回复记者的置评请求。工信部劝导中国金融机构对海外船厂建造项目融资三思,英国媒体Lloyd's List认为,如果消息属实,可能会影响中国金融机构目前正在积极布局海外市场业务,因为仍有很多国际船东偏爱韩国或日本的造船质量和船型设计

一位中国船舶融资人士表示,“我们还不知道该怎样处理这一事件,但我们将尽最大努力符合政府的期望,尽管我们很难平衡客户的需求。”

业内认为,渴求以融资来接济新造船项目的韩国造船业将为此受到打击。

欢迎同样关注,优乐娱乐平台将继续在今年下半年举办以下系列专业活动和会议:
(可以直接点击以下字段打开)免费造船海工论坛将11月初亚洲最大展上海召开
900刊登元型态上海国际海事展广告造船地图中国主要高端装备和配套厂商分布图将首发
免费参加中欧合作海上作业技术上海国际论坛免费:邀请船舶/海洋工业论坛
美国谷歌以智能系统联手进军船舶领域6大类商船智能化和智能航运论坛将在上海召开首届船企CXO国际高峰会将在上海举行对标跨国船管中国傲骄洲际船务集团在行动上海豪华邮轮/客轮论坛国际特别关注科考船配套选型手册将于年内编辑发布
中国造船活跃企业分布图8月版发布丹麦皇家阵势迎接全球未来海洋和海事科技发展
与5院士同台演讲的造船海工PPT分享海洋装备10大腕咋看未来发展奥巴马弟弟等为啥出席北京造船海工论坛

MAJOR bank-backed Chinese leasing houses have been asked by China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology not to finance shipowners' newbuilding projects at foreign shipyards.

MIIT, the industry regulator, delivered the message during an internal shipbuilding seminar last week in Beijing, where participants included representatives from domestic shipyards, financial institutions and industry associations, according to people familiar with the matter.

They said the ministry had received complaints from the country's two largest state shipbuilding conglomerates, China Shipbuilding Industry Corp and China State Shipbuilding Corp.

The duo are dissatisfied with Chinese financial lessors supporting their competitors in South Korea and Japan, in particular when the market is challenging and new orders are scarce.

In June, BoComm Financial Leasing made headlines by agreeing to fund trading giant Trafigura's 32 new oil and product tankers. Some of the orders were placed with South Korea's Hyundai Heavy Industries.

A few top-tier leasing houses in China also showed interest in Mediterranean Shipping Co's recent order of 22,000 teu containerships at Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering and Samsung Heavy Industries. But sources said they had now lost appetite amid pressure from MIIT.

MIIT had not responded to a request for comment at the time of publication.
MIIT's discouragement of financing newbuildings at foreign yards, if complied with, could affect the business of the Chinese lessors as they rev up efforts to expand their overseas portfolio by dealing with foreign owners, many of whom still favour Korean or Japanese builders for their vessel quality.

One senior manager from a Chinese leasing firm, who declined to be named due to the sensitivity of the issue, described the situation facing them as "awkward" and "uncertain".

"We don't know how to deal with it yet. We'll try our best to respect the government's wish, but it's also difficult for us to go against the clients' requirement."

Foreign builders, especially the Korean yards that are still struggling to recover from the previous financial woe, could also take a hit.

A recent report about South Korean shipbuilding by JP Morgan pointed to the weak financial offering as a key disadvantage of Korean yards when competing globally.

The analysts, SM Kim and Karen Li, noted that Korean export credit agencies, being subject to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's Understanding on Export Credits for Ships, can only provide financing of up to 80% of the contract price with a minimum level of interest rate required, while their Chinese counterparts, who are not participants in the pact, are not subject to such constraints.

"This, combined with aggressive pricing by Chinese players, seems to make the situation worse for Korean shipbuilders amid an industry downcycle," the analysts added.

Chinese lessors, which are known for their high loan-to-value ratio and flexible structure, serve as an important supplement to the rigid Korean financing regime, particularly when shipyards are stuck in today's prolonged buyer's market.

The withdrawal of the leasing houses had left Korean policy lenders with fewer alternatives to meet MSC's demand for an LTV ratio of more than 90%, Lloyd's List understood.
延伸阅读

Email: chinabobli@126.com or china@ishipoffshore.com Tel电话: +86-21-54362186/Fax传真:+86-21-64041979

Powered by International Ship & Offshore Magazine and Supported by Global Industry Media

沪ICP备15015253号 优乐娱乐平台 版权所有 Copyright © 2008-2015 www.ishipoffshore.com All Rights Reserved.


Powered by DIY-Page 8.3

优乐娱乐平台

百度360搜索搜狗搜索