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SVB's comprehensive suite of Global Treasury … countries. Solutions also include multi-currency accounts available in 60 countries, an integrated … with visibility and control over all your accounts, and international wire services that that can … Global trade financing for … letters of credit, foreign currency loans, and foreign accounts for receivable financing; SVB is the third largest provider of …
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Perficient Secures New Acquisition Financing (PDF)
bill.davis@perficient.comPerficient Secures New Acquisition Financing AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE … of legal documents, will be used to finance the cash portion of accretive acquisitions, pursuant to … credit risks associated with the company's accounts receivable, the company's ability to continue to …
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Fuel Revenue and Job Growth with Ex-Im Bank Programs (PDF)
some companies may need to rely on financing U.S.-related receivables to support export sales. This situation becomes … and life science companies by allowing export-related receivables and … as high as 90 percent on export accounts receivable and 75 percent on export inventory. Borrowers … willing to lend on the company’s domestic accounts receivable and inventory. The company turned to SVB for a …
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Structuring Cross-Border Sales for Success (PDF)
Structuring Cross-Border Sales Trade finance is one of the oldest means of financing exports … past years, many companies have used open account terms … overseas clients; however, they may want to reevaluate using trade as a financing structure as they continue to expand overseas … discount the proceeds for their benefit. Open account In an open account sale, the exporter ships and delivers product before …
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Trade Finance Guide
Guide Trade Finance Guide A Guide and Overview to Export FinancingTRADE FINANCE GROUP 2 5 INTRODUCTION 6 METHODS OF PAYMENT IN … OF CREDIT 11 DOCUMENTARY COLLECTIONS 13 OPEN ACCOUNT 15 EXPORT WORKING CAPITAL FINANCING 16 … less expensive than letters of credit. OPEN ACCOUNT An open account transaction means that the goods are shipped and …
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Featured Commentary & Analysis


Global Edge
September 29, 2011 Posted by
U.S. companies are increasingly looking to foreign markets for new sales opportunities, which can be challenging but rewarding if you are properly prepared for the risks involved...
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Global Edge
September 17, 2010 Posted by
In today’s global economy, fast-growing companies find it advantageous to expand into international markets early in their product development cycle. This free SVB Accelerator online seminar replay will help you achieve a deeper understanding of the key issues and challenges involved in doing business globally and how to take the initial steps to move into overseas markets.
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Capital Access; Treasury Management
October 12, 2012 Posted by
Self-funding capital needs by aggressively managing cash and front-loading revenues — thereby removing the need for outside equity capital — is an attractive way to finance a business’s growth.
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Global Edge
November 14, 2011 Posted by
Offering extended payment terms to your international customers can facilitate and increase your global sales. This online seminar will explain the trade finance options available to you as you structure payment terms for your overseas customers.
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Global Edge
January 13, 2010 Posted by

More and more U.S. companies are generating an increasing share of their revenues from export sales. Over the years, a significant portion of these export sales have shifted towards open account terms with no payment guarantees (such as a traditional letter of credit). As the Ex-Im Bank explains, savvy CFOs should consider leveraging export credit insurance.

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