An exporter’s financial planning often involves allocating a part of any overdraft and/or fixed-term loan facility to “bridge” the periods between producing the goods and being paid. Bank Overdrafts and Loans
Pre-export financing entails borrowing funds secured against proven orders, usually in order to produce and supply goods, or to maximise production. Pre-export Financing
Bills of exchange drawn on overseas buyers can be used to obtain an immediate advance, up to around 75% of value, at approximately overdraft rate. Advances Against Bills
Bankers’ acceptances can be a convenient form of bridging finance, where invoices involve reputable overseas buyers. Bankers’ Acceptances
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