Once you have a confirmed order from a buyer, backed by a documentary credit, we can discuss providing you with working capital. This can help you to produce and ship the goods, allowing you to take on new contracts and grow your business
Once you have shipped goods to a customer we can look at advancing payment to you, so you don’t have to wait for customer payment before using the funds.
We provide short-term finance, linked to your trading cycle. Import finance can help you to bridge any working capital gap created by the time difference between paying suppliers and receiving payment from buyers
The pressures exerted by the Covid-19 pandemic have exposed some deep-lying flaws in the commodity financing system. Recent high profile debt defaults, associated with fraud and malpractice, have had huge ramifications for the industry and solidified the belief that trade and commodity finance lags behind other industries when it comes to the adoption of modern risk management practices. This session gathers industry experts to discuss how technology can be used to improve risk management standards and help fight fraud in the future.
The announcement that key commodity finance banks will no longer be financing the trade of commodities has shocked the industry. In the wake of this news, this session will paint a clear picture of the APAC commodity financing scene. Which banks are leading the way when it comes to financing certain commodities and where can traders turn to when in search of liquidity? Are small and medium sized traders getting access to the funding they need and what options are available to them?