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Capital Guarantee Essentials: What is an RWA Letter?

A “Ready, Willing & Able Letter” (RWA Letter) verifies that a bank or financial institution is prepared to proceed on behalf of a client for a specified financial transaction. For In3’s purposes, the transaction is usually a capital guarantee brought forward by the project developer or a sponsor for one or more identified projects to be financed through our partners.

An RWA letter will state (per our recommended templates — here is the template for a BG/SBLC; see below for additional options) that the sending bank will follow through per establish banking rules, such as the Uniform Rules of Demand Guarantees (URDG ICC Pub. 758), and send the actual guarantee instrument when the time comes. When is that time? The guarantee itself, US$ or Euros, would be sent bank-to-bank after completion of our due diligence, once all contracts have been negotiated, agreed, signed and countersigned. This constitutes the last step before financial closing. Prior to that, it is important that bankers understand that we are not asking for their commitment to do anything. Sending the instrument is the last step to secure funding, but we use an RWA letter to show the intent, ability and willingness (readiness comes later) to proceed with the undertaking.

Without an RWA Letter, we would need to otherwise determine that the involved bank will reliably send the instrument when the time comes. This is the precise purpose of the RWA Letter. The funding bank responds in kind, via MT799 or MT199 SWIFT, that they are similarly ready (with adequate capacity, etc.) to fund the project(s). More on these mutual protections here.

Thus, an RWA Letter is stating the bank’s intention to send the referenced guarantee instrument (either a Bank Guarantee / Standby Letter of Credit, an Avalized Promissory Note, or Sovereign Guarantee) only when asked to do so. Sending the guarantee instrument is contingent upon the parties to first agree that the funding has been arranged per mutually-acceptable terms and conditions. There is nothing directly binding, irrevocable or “material” at the time of the RWA Letter issuance. No money should change hands at that point.

Sometimes an RWA letter is sent together with a SWIFT MT-799 (considered “pre-advice,” meaning that it is a text message only — does not constitute a guarantee), though not required. Without optional MT-799, a signed RWA Letter can be sent via Email or as requested by the receiving bank.

The main purpose of the RWA Letter is for the project’s Developer or Sponsor to signal their intent to provide the required capital guarantee. BG/SBLCs and SGs use SWIFT MT760, a widely-used message type for such instruments, so that we may respond with the name and location of the receiving bank and proceed through the steps of pre-qualifying, qualifying/vetting, reach terms for funding, drawdown of funding and launching the completed project(s).

The alternative to these instruments is called a Commercial Promissory Note, where a bank adds an “aval” or stamp, which we call an Avalized Promissory Note (APN).

This use of an RWA Letter launches due diligence and also forms an integral part of In3’s capital partner due diligence. For all three instrument type RWA letters, go here.

Sours: https://in3capital.net/what-is-an-rwa-letter/

NEWS / BLOG

When dealing with Bank Guarantees (Demand Guarantees) and Letters of Credit (Documentary Letters of Credit), you may often hear someone discuss the use of SWIFT MT799.

The MT799 is a type of SWIFT message that banks use to securely communicate authenticated free format messages with other banks.

It is important to understand that the MT799 is not used for transferring funds or a promise to do so.

SWIFT MT799

SWIFT MT799 messages are mostly used for showing proof of funds or proof of deposits.

Since the MT799 is free format, banks can easily send many various types of messages to other banks before funds, a guarantee, or letter of credit is sent via SWIFT.

Types of MT799 Messages

Banks have many uses for the MT799 message including:

  1. Proof of Funds Letters (POF)

  2. Ready Willing and Able Letters (RWA)

  3. Pre-advice Letters

How Do I Use the SWIFT MT-799?

A bank with SWIFT MT-799 capability allows SWIFT electronic verification for proof of funds in compliance with the SWIFT Category 7 “Treasury Markets & Syndication” message types.

People often believe that in order to show proof of funds, they require a SWIFT MT760 message, but in reality, they simply need a SWIFT MT799 message.

More often than not, the MT799 is issued right before a contract is signed and/or before a letter of credit or bank guarantee is issued.

Once the MT799 has been received by the seller’s bank, the seller often sends the buyer a proof of product (POP) to show their capability in the contract as well.

How Can I Get A SWIFT MT-799 Message Issued?

Only a bank that has SWIFT capabilities can issue a MT799. You can try to use your personal bank, or you can use a Trade Finance Broker to provide you the service from their banks.

Banks normally will not issue a MT799 without some type of collateral.

If you don’t have the collateral at hand, you can utilize the services of a Trade Finance Broker as they can often provide you a MT799 without the use of your own collateral.

What Information Do I Need To Provide In Order To Send A MT799?

Here is the most common information needed to send a MT799:

  • Applicant’s name and contact information

  • Instrument amount

  • Advising bank’s information

  • Beneficiary’s name and contact information

  • Validity of instrument

  • Copy of contract / pro forma invoice

  • Letter of Credit number

  • Letter of Credit amount

  • Letter of Credit draft

  • Latest shipment date

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MT799

Description MT799

Banking at a Glance

Bank Swift Messages used by Real Buyers and Sellers

SWIFT MT799

The MT799 is a free format SWIFT message type in which a banking institution confirms that funds are in place to cover a potential trade.

This can, on occasion, be used as an irrevocable undertaking, depending on the language used in the MT799, but is not a promise to pay or any form of bank guarantee in its standard format. The function of the MT799 is simply to assure the seller that the buyer does have the necessary funds to complete the trade.

If the subject line of the MT799 is marked as RWA message it can never block any funds of the Buyer. Please talk to bankers only which are trained by Swift and experienced. It may happen that you normal banker has no clue of what Swifts mean in detail and what their effect is. It is the difference between your car sales man and the specialist for the electronical system in your car.

What does the SWIFT MT799 option provide?

An account with the SWIFT MT799 capability allows bank-to-bank SWIFT electronic verification for Proof of Funds in compliance with the SWIFT Category 7 “Treasury Markets & Syndication” message types.

The MT799 is usually issued before a contract is signed and before a letter of credit or bank guarantee is issued. (Here we as Kalily differ – we sign a contract with the Buyer before we start the banking process)After the MT799 has been received by the seller’s bank, it is then normally the responsibility of the seller’s bank to confirm to Buyer’s bank with full bank responsibility that the Seller owns the product and is capable of the delivery as written in the referring SPA, at which point the trade continues towards commencement.

The actual payment method after delivery used by us is MT103 (wire transfer), or in case of default the SBLC to pay the goods.

An MT799 is an automated message sent electronically from one bank to another, so you won’t really ’see’ an MT799 at all. The paperwork associated with an MT799 will vary from bank to bank, though most banks follow a similar format. We will send you our verbiage which is common standard (ICC) and only varies a bit from bank to bank.

VERBIAGE MT799 :

Regularly, an MT799 verbiage accompanies SPA type contracts (SALE AND PURCHASE AGREEMENT)

TEXT VERBIAGE OF MT-799

Date:……………………….

Ref. No:

BLOCKED FUNDS LETTER

ATTENTION BANK OFFICERS:

... ……………………….

.…………………………

…..………………………

WE, STANDARD COMMERCE BANK DOMINICA  ADDRESSED AT :___________________________________  HEREBY WITH FULL BANK RESPONSIBILITY CONFIRM THAT ------------------ HOLDER OF THE ACCOUNT NUMBER: XXXXXXXXXX IS OUR CUSTOMER AND HAS ON DEPOSIT THE SUM OF ------------------------------ MILLION UNITED STATES DOLLARS (USD ------------------)  

AT THE REQUEST OF OUR CUSTOMER -------------------------- WE CONFIRM THAT THE SAID FUNDS ARE RESERVED AND BLOCKED FOR THE BENEFIT AND IN THE FAVOUR OF [Benaficiary Name] AND WILL REMAIN BLOCKED AND RESERVED FOR THE BENEFIT OF [Benaficiary Name] FOR THE PERIOD OF ONE YEAR AND ONE DAY (1 YEAR AND 1 DAY ) FROM THE TIME OF THIS SWIFT MT 799 TRANSMISSION.  

WE, HEREBY AGREE THAT ALL DEMANDS MADE / ALL DRAFTS ON US AND PRESENTED CONFORMITY WITH THE TERMS OF THIS SWIFT MT 799 SHALL BE DULY HONOURED BY US AND WE UNDERTAKE TO KEEP THE ABOVE SAID FUNDS RESERVED AND BLOCKED FOR THE BENEFIT OF [Benaficiary Name] PER THE STATED TIME PERIOD ABOVE.  

WE, CONFIRM THAT WE HOLD (OR DO NOT REQUIRE) APPROVAL FROM OUR EXCHANGE CONTROL AUTHORITIES TO EFFECT THIS RESERVATION AND BLOCK FOR ANY CLAIM UNDER INDEMNITY.

THIS IS AN OPERATIVE BANK OBLIGATION AND ANY CONFIRMATION TO FOLLOW SHALL BE DONE ON A BANK TO BANK BASIS.  

Thank you for your kind attention and cooperation.   

Yours Faithfully,  

STANDARD COMMERCE BANK ............

BANK OFFICER NAME                                                           BANK OFFICER NAME  

TITLE,                                                                               TITLE,

PIN NO.                                                                              PIN NO

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