Our secure online platform lets you manage your international trade transactions from anywhere, 24 hours a day.
Solutions to suit your international banking needs
Security may be required. Product fees may apply. Over 18s only. Subject to status, business use only.
Any property or asset used as security may be repossessed or forfeited if you do not keep up repayments on any debt secured on it.
Thanks to our expertise in trade finance, we could help you by improving your companies cashflow, and gaining 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.
Reduce trade risk. Import Letters of Credit are our commitment to pay your supplier on your behalf. Or for exporters guarantee of payment before you commit to sending goods.
Import Letters of Credit are subject to credit approval.
When importing and exporting a Documentary Letter of Credit (LC) is one of the most secure methods of settlement. They are irrevocable and cannot be cancelled unless all parties agree
Import Letter of Credit:
Export Letter of Credit:
Cover your business against performance risk. Negotiate new payment terms with suppliers, offering better security for both sides.
Does your business need to make and receive overseas payments through the international banking system? Collections could be the answer. They provide a universally recognised method for settling overseas trade debt. Collections could improve your cashflow, add security and are cost-efficient and easy to use.
Give your trading partners and customers confidence. Bonds and guarantees give your international suppliers more reassurance, as long as they meet the terms of the sales contract.
Bonds, Guarantees and Standby L/C’s are subject to credit approval.
Give your trading partners and customers confidence Bonds, guarantees and Standby Letters of Credit give buyers the security of a financial guarantee in the event of the seller's failure to meet its contractual obligation. If the seller fails to deliver the goods or services as described in the contract with the buyer, the latter can 'call' the Bond, Guarantee or Standby Letter of Credit to receive financial compensation from the bank.
Types of Guarantees: