Five Questions To Ask When Requesting Medium-Term Financing

August 09, 2016

After months of negotiation, you finally have a contract to sell capital goods to a buyer in Mexico. During negotiations, it becomes clear that your buyer will need financing with a five-year repayment term. Unfortunately, your firm doesn’t have enough cash on hand to complete the project, and certainly not finance it for that long.

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How to Calculate an Exposure Fee

July 28, 2016

Exports are fundamental to your company’s growth. Financing foreign buyers involves complicated and detailed information requirements. Calculating the financing fees creates more confusion. As a small business, helping your customers is your biggest priority and understanding exposure fees directly contributes to your company’s strategic growth.

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Export & Enter International Markets With Medium-term Credit Insurance

March 12, 2015

Medium-term credit insurance provided by the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) is a form of export credit insurance, which, in its simplest form, is an insurance policy for a business’ foreign accounts receivable. 

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