How trade finance is structured
Under a structured international trade finance facility, payment terms extended to a foreign buyer are typically between 90 and 180 days for each export sale. Credit terms up to 360 days may be feasible for durable goods, some agricultural commodities, and other products with long economic life cycles. For capital equipment, export finance can be arranged for creditworthy buyers under loans or leases running 90, 120,OR 180 days or longer period.
We provide our Trade Finance Facilities in terms of Letter of Credit (LC), Standby Letter of Credit (SBLC), Bank Guarantee (BG), Performance Guarantee/Bond (PG/PB), Bank Comfort Letter (BCL) & etc ., for those who do not have enough Bank Facilities to complete their trade transactions.
• Letter of Credit | L/C
• Standby Letter of Credit | SBLC
• Bank Guarantee | BG
• Performance Guarantee/Bond
• Tender Bond Guarantee | TBG
• Advance Payment Guarantee
• Bank Comfort Letter | BCL