Need financing for your business?

Raise funds for your start-up or existing business with Cigrek Capital Europe Fintech Corporate Bonds Programme

The fintech market has grown significantly in the last few years and is expected to continue growing, as consumers demand more fast and simple solutions for finance management and services. Whether you already have a Fintech business or want to start one, we are here to help you grow funds.

You are just a few steps away from your Goals

Creating Corporate Bond is a simple and fast way to raise funds for starting or expanding your business.

How does it work?

The life of a Corporate Bond can be broken down into four stages which represent the steps needed to create a Bond.

Stage 1: 


The issuer considers preliminary matters, such as:

  • Is it possible to issue a Bond?
  • Is there a guarantor?
  • What type of Bond to issue?
  • How to structure the issue?

Stage 2: 

Launch and Roadshow

At this stage, the lead manager publicly announces the issue. The lead manager sends Invitation Telex with terms of the bond issue to the prospective managers, who review and decide whether to join the syndicate.

Stage 3: 

Issue Signing and Closing

Between 1-3 weeks after launch the legal documents are signed by the relevant parties. At this stage the bonds are signed and delivered to the bondholders and payment is transferred to the issuer.

Stage 4: 


The issuer pays regular interest to the bondholders as agreed until the bonds reach maturity. At maturity the issuer repays the principal amount of their original investment to the bondholders.


The timetable of a bond issue can vary from a few days to several months depending on the complexity of the terms and conditions, the parties and their jurisdictions, whether the issuer is a first-time issuer and whether and where the bonds are to be listed. While the details of each bond issue differ, most follow a similar structure.

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Get in touch today to discuss the details and launch your own Corporate Bond