A merchant bank is historically a bank dealing in commercial loans and investment. In modern British usage it is the same as an investment bank. Merchant banks were the first modern banks and evolved from medieval merchants who traded in commodities, particularly cloth merchants. A merchant bank is a company that conducts underwriting, loan services, financial advising, and fundraising services for large corporations and high net worth individuals. Unlike retail or commercial banks, merchant banks do not provide services to the general public.

LWI merchant bank service provide commercial loans, underwriting and investment for companies and wealthy individuals. They manage portfolios and deal with international transactions, as well as offering financial advice on issues such as company acquisition and takeovers. LWI bank often employ the services of merchant banks in acquiring capital through the stock market. Equity underwriting is achieved by evaluating the amount of stock to be issued, the value of the business, the use of proceeds, and the timing of issuance of the new stock. the bank handle all the necessary paperwork and liaison with the appropriate marketing division to advertise the stock. We help in processing loan applications for short and long-term credit from financial institutions. They provide these services by estimating total costs involved, developing a financial plan for the entire project, as well as adopting a loan application for commercial lenders. We also assist in choosing the ideal financial institutions to provide credit facilities and act on the terms of the loan application with the financiers and ensure the lender’s willingness to participate, organize bridge finance, and engage in legal formalities regarding investment to be approved and checking the working capital requirements.

The bank provide portfolio management services to institutional investors and other investors. They help in the management of securities to enhance the value of the underlying investment and some times assist their clients in the purchase and sale of securities to help them attain their investment objectives.

Banking Objectives

We protect people's savings and help them make the purchases – from everyday transactions to buying a home – that improve the quality of their lives. We advise people on how to invest for future needs, such as their children's education and their own retirement, and help them buy securities such as stocks and bonds.