Working Capital Finance

Import Financing:

  • Standard Chartered will be able to provide financing solutions to pay for the supplier's documents under letter of credit or import collections. Open account invoice financing is also available.

Structured Trade Financing:

  • Being an International bank and amongst the leaders in Trade services, Standard Chartered can offer structured Trade Financing solutions to its customers in local or foreign currency.

Local / Invoice Bill Discounting:

  • In order to help your business improve its working capital position, the bank can finance your receivables. To ease your business cash flows, the bank offers this product at a mark-up rate charged on a daily basis.


  • We offer customised overdraft facilities for your business to meet its Working Capital and Short Term funding requirements such as payment of salaries, utilities and purchase of inventories etc. Once sanctioned, the agreed limit becomes available in your current account, and mark-up is charged only on the utilized amount.

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