How can Banking and Finance services help?
Banking and Finance are key components of international business development, addressing all industry sectors needs at the production and the distribution level. Corporations and more generally organisations involved in doing business - Importers, exporters, investors etc. - are using banks, stock markets and public and private financial institutions services in their day to day operations: from letters of credit and other trade finance instruments like factoring and forfeiting, to banking products, credit insurance and other risk management tools. These key actors offer vital assistance to companies and bring them expertise, advices and solutions for this very important aspect of their business development.What do Banking and Finance services consist of?
Banking and Finance specialists are managing all kind of payment systems, offer debt collection, credit rating and credit reporting services and are instrumental in all aspects of foreign exchange. They also offer venture capital which provides the funding that a company needs to expand its business: in addition to being a source of funding, these actors provide a number of value-added services to companies, from ongoing strategic, operational and financial advice, to introduction to potential strategic partners and identification of potential acquisition targets for businesses; facilitation in the acquisition process, preparation of initial public offering (IPO) onto national or overseas stock exchanges, and facilitation in trade sale. Being aware of and using services available in terms banking and finance is important for any organization.
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Trade finance in the United States
Trade finance in the United States plays an important role in converting export opportunities into real business. With 95% of the world’s consumers living outside the USA, the US exporters use trade finance services provided by various financial institutions in the country to help them grow beyond their current capitalization. Besi... Read more
Trade finance in the United States
Trade finance in the United States plays an important role in converting export opportunities into real business. With 95% of the world’s consumers living outside the USA, the US exporters use trade finance services provided by various financial institutions in the country to help them grow beyond their current capitalization. Besides offering working capital to execute new orders, these trade finance companies in the United States also help in effective management of risks associated with international business like exchange-rate fluctuations, delay in payment or even non-payment. Political and other commercial risks are also covered.
The various instruments of trade finance available in the United States are: 1) government-guaranteed export working capital programs (US exporters avail this facility when financing from commercial banks is not available or when pre-approved borrowing capacity is not sufficient) 2) export credit insurance (protects a US exporter against the risk of nonpayment by a foreign buyer) 3) Export factoring (it is a complete package that includes export working capital financing, credit protection, foreign accounts receivable bookkeeping, and collection services. Ideal for well established exporters) 4) forfaiting (by this method of trade finance an exporter gets cash by selling its medium-term foreign account receivables at a discounted rate) 5) government assisted foreign buyer financing (suitable for export of high-value capital goods & services or large-scale projects that generally require long-term financing. Acting as the official U.S. export credit agency, the Export-Import Bank of the United States encourages the purchase of U.S. goods and services by creditworthy foreign buyers who otherwise are not able get financial support from traditional commercial institutions)
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