It is an arrangement whereby a business uses its receivables to gain immediate cash. It can be through sale of receivables or secured line of credit on a one-time or continuous basis.
Distributor Finance is the provision of financing for a distributor of a large manufacturer to cover the holding of goods for re-sale and to bridge the liquidity gap until the receipt of funds from receivables following the sale of goods to a retailer or end-customer.
Enables you to extend credit to the exporters prior to shipment of goods for the execution of the export order. Later once goods are shipped, it can be converted to post-shipment finance.
Syndication and Securitization
Reverse factoring where the trade assets are pooled to create a securitized offering – resulting in lower cost of borrowing across a broader base of investors including retail investors.