Standby Letter of Credit

Need a standby letter of credit? The Standby Letter of Credit (SBLC) is an irrevocable documentary commitment, separate from the sales contract, issued by the bank to a third-party beneficiary and promising to pay on behalf of the originator a specific sum of money against delivery of documents satisfying the terms and conditions of the SBLC.

How we generate and preserve value over the long term

Clients allocate money – either their own or money they manage for their clients – to Orion Finance to manage according to a specified mandate or fund prospectus. We measure these monies as assets under management – AUM – and growth in AUM is a key output of our strategy. Our AUM increases or decreases, primarily depending on our ability to attract and retain clients’ money, our investment performance, and currency movements.

Our clients pay a management fee, and in addition, Orion Finance may receive a performance fee from clients when our managers deliver strong investment performance. Orion Finance’s management and performance fees are sourced from a diverse range of investment strategies, which contribute to the sustainability of our business model

The resources which Orion Finance deploys to manage clients’ money are heavily people-focused and constitute our cost base. We apply stringent cost discipline to our business, while at the same time making sure we have the right remuneration arrangements in place to attract and retain top-class talent across all business functions. This balance between cost discipline, reward and investment is key to the long-term success of our business.

We generate value for our shareholders by delivering sustained revenue growth, a function of our distribution activities, strong investment performance and our decisions to invest to grow our business.

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