Helping corporates keep their working capital and trade finance on course.
Finance is subject to status. Security may be required. Product fees and specific eligibility criteria may apply.
Access funds locked up in your trading assets, to improve your company’s working capital.
Invoice Discounting is a way to quickly release cash tied-up in outstanding invoices, mitigating the cashflow challenge of open account trading with your key customers.
We could advance you up to 90% of the value of your eligible sales ledger, within 24 hours of the invoice being raised.
Asset Based Lending
Asset Based Lending (often abbreviated to ABL), works in harmony with Invoice Discounting, to unlock the cash tied up in your stock, plant & machinery and property.
Asset based lending could give you flexible financing as the facility could grow with your business; releasing liquidity from across your balance sheet.
Our products help customers manage their trading relationships whether they be domestic or cross border in nature offering solutions to mitigate risk and finance the working capital cycle.
We have four types of trade finance products
Our expertise in global trade finance could help improve your risk management, cashflow, and to gain better control over your imports and exports. Our trade finance products aim to ensure any risks are mitigated and provide you and your trading partners with reassurance.
Bonds, Guarantees & Standby Letters of Credit
Bank Guarantees (also referred to as bonds or Standby Letters of Credit) provide both buyers and sellers in a trade transaction with reassurance that either performance or financial obligations will be met. We can issue guarantees on your behalf or receive and validate guarantees issued by other banks in your favour.
Letters of Credit
Help reduce performance and payment risk with your trading counter parties. Import Letters of Credit are our commitment to pay your supplier on your behalf. Or for Export Letters of Credit, a guarantee of payment from the buyer’s bank.
A method for settling overseas trade debt through the presentation of commercial shipping documents through the international banking system.