Trade and Working Capital Solutions
Trade and Working Capital Solutions
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Trade & Working Capital Solutions

Grow your business with a complete range of financial solutions with Business Working Capital



Standard Chartered Bank is able to issue your organisation a wide range of Bonds to facilitate your contractual obligations. Our Bond offerings include Advance payment bonds, Bid Bonds and Bank Guarantees.

The Bank is able to part fund the import content of your business using a wide range of products such as invoice financing and letters of credit.

Support the import content of your business with various letter of credit types such as red clause, standby and confirmed letters of credit.

Ready to act as a financial umpire by handling suppliers credit arrangements between importer and exporter and ensuring documentary expectations of the exporter / creditor are met.

Standard Chartered Bank handles inward letter of credit advising to both Standard Chartered Bank and Non Standard Chartered Bank customers.

The Bank is able to structure financing for export programs.

The Bank is able to aid local exporters in the processing of export letter of credit documentation and collections of their export proceeds.

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