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Top Bank Financial Instruments - issued through Private Investing Team 

Bank Guarantee (BG)

Standby Letter of Credit (SBLC)
Demand Letter of Credit (DLC)

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Type of Bank Securities 

Any top 25 International Banks Securities can be organized, subject to availability

Standby Letter of Credit 

12 Months Validity 

The process of obtaining an SBLC is similar to a loan application process. The buyer applies for an SBLC at a commercial bank/corporate issuer, and the issuer performs its due diligence on the buyer's creditworthiness. If the buyer's creditworthiness is in question, the issuer may require collateral before approval. The bank/issuer charges a service fee of 1% to 10% for each year when the financial instrument remains valid. If the buyer meets its obligations in the contract before the due date, the bank will terminate the SBLC without further charge.

Documentary Letter of Credit (DLC) 

6 Months Validity

A letter of credit (LC) is a payment mechanism used in international trade to provide an economic guarantee from a creditworthy bank to an exporter of goods. It is extensively used in the financing of international trade, where the reliability contracting parties cannot be readily and easily determined. UCP 600 (2007 Revision) regulates common market practice within the letter of credit market, defining a number of terms related to letters of credit which categories the various factors within any given transaction. These are crucial to understanding the role financial institutions play within.

Bank Guarantee 

12 months Validity

Bank guarantees are a useful tool for managing risk in contracts between external parties. They allow small companies to secure loans and conduct business that would otherwise be too risky for their counterparties. Banks charge low fees for providing this assurance, making it an affordable option for businesses looking to grow and expand.

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