Export Credit Insurance Explained


Primary methods of export payment can be risky, especially for the U.S.-based small business. The four most popular methods all have their drawbacks, but there is a way around the risks for small business exporters.


Credit Insurance is a method...

Countries Ripe for Export Opportunities in 2018


The United States is currently the world’s number two exporter of goods throughout the world, falling behind China in the number one position. Statistics are projecting that U.S. exports will increase between 2.92% and 4.47% annually over the...

What Does Trade Finance in 2018 Have in Store?


The global economy is on a steady upswing, which is wonderful news for trade and economic growth. This growth pattern coincides with a strong outlook for trade finance in 2018. Global GDP is set to expand by 3.6% in 2018, and 3.8% in 2019.

The Due Diligence Process In a Trade Export Finance Transaction


Due diligence for export finance encompasses aspects of legal and financial components referencing the ability to meet obligations in the trade business.  It serves as a vital business function of determining the worthiness of the transaction. ...

How to Negotiate With Foreign Buyers | Tips From An Export Finance Company


The art of negotiation in trade consists of language challenges, and cultural barriers accompanied with astonishing success when executed accurately. Before you start the negotiations, be sure the buyer is capable of making a binding commitment....

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