Trade Finance explained
Trade finance is an important external source of working capital financing. It is a form of short-term credit typically used by companies that export or import goods.
Trade finance is an important external source of working capital finance. It is a form of short-term credit typically used by companies that export or import goods. It is relatively easy to secure short term finance, if you have a strong trading record, secured against goods or backed by an insurance policy.
There are a number of banks and specialist finance providers on the Finpoint funder panel that offer trade finance across the world.
- a relatively easy way to arrange short-term finance
- it helps business to focus on growth activities
- the finance is typically secured against the goods or backed by an insurance policy
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