In recent years, importers, exporters, and their financial institutions have shifted away from traditional, document-based trade finance instruments and toward non-documentary, “open account” settlement. Now that more than 85% of global trade is transacted on open account terms, there has been a great need for exporters (large and small) to assess importer’s ability to pay and their payment track record. In addition, offering credit to importers has become a vital necessity for exporters to thrive and grow their business.

We help structure and facilitate buyer risk mitigation and  financing solutions for open account trades of export clients.

Snapshot of a few deals

  • Credit-insurance wrapped invoice financing facility( USD20Mn)  for a diversified global commodity trading company for  sale of tea from Africa to Europe.
  • Secured a USD12Mn+ TCI (Trade Credit Insurance) cover for a global steel trading giant’s   exports  to a leading designer, fabricator & erector of structural steel projects in Saudi Arabia.
  • Arranged a USD10Mn limited recourse invoice discounting  facility from an international bank  for a portfolio  of receivables from buyers located in South & West Africa.
  • Structured a USD5Mn supplier financing facility for a Dubai based international trading company for sale of fertilisers to counter-parties in Rwanda and Tanzania.
  • Non-Recourse Factoring solutions for a leading Indian exporter’s metal sales to Italy & Germany.