Debt providers of the American companies are looking for the IPO industry

 The ride sharing giant is looking at the bank to sell a leveraged loan and the banks are waiting for the dollars in fees that revenue will produce. The technology era is defined by the tech companies while the banks loss the IPO fees, and issues they face while entering into the acquisition, secondary offering and merging. Underwriting an inexpensive debt and making sure that they are locked is a way to smart business. And the banks are making strict norms in their lending terms which make the process of acquiring debt even harder. Including Barclays, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley the rider sharing giant is looking for banks to sell two billion dollars and they also received one billion dollar from the Xchange Leasing, Goldman Sachs led this deal. Check How Munchery Works Even the renter company, Airbnb raised one billion dollar from JPMorgan, Bank of America and Citigroup. Goldman Sachs led an equity investment of $1.5 billion in the social media, but Morgan Stanley won the highest spot in the offering. But in the case of Uber the big banks are planning to use many different techniques. Earlier this year, the wealthy clients of the Bank of America and Morgan Stanley were given the opportunity to invest in the private market equity of Uber. And last year Uber received $1.6 billion convertible debt from the clients of Goldman Sachs. The renter site and the ride sharing giant are considering themselves as the tech companies of the era because of the scarce IPOs and low interest rates.