Export Finance – How Export Financing Can Help Your International Sales Develop

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Selling your merchandise or services in export markets can be a quite lucrative and a true engine for development for your firm. Manufacturers, service providers and traders can all benefit from adding foreign markets to their portfolio of clients. Even so, selling into export markets can also deplete your money flow. Significant companies that have a cushion of funds in the bank, typically have no issues. Nonetheless, smaller sized and emerging companies can run into money flow troubles extremely swiftly.

The greatest problem for exporting firms is waiting 30, 60 or even 90 days to get paid for their goods or solutions. Slow paying consumers can truly influence your company’s cash flow. This can challenges your capacity to pay suppliers, staff or even rent.

A single answer to this common issue is to go to the bank. If you can supply them with a couple of years worth of audited financial statements, have a very good track record and have great personal credit, then the bank should be capable to help you get enterprise financing. Nevertheless, getting bank financing can be extremely tough for tiny and medium sized firms.

A better option is to use export factoring, a kind of export finance. Export factoring makes it possible for you to accelerate the payment of your foreign export invoices, delivering you with the essential funds to meet your obligations and grow your business. With export factoring you can get your invoices paid in as tiny as 2 days. And, as opposed to most conventional financing tools, factoring is straightforward to acquire and speedy to set up.

Invoice factoring can also be very easy to use. It works as follows:

1. You sell and provide your goods/services to your consumer

2. You invoice your buyer

3. The factoring firm offers you with an advance on your invoice of up to 85% of its net worth. This is the 1st installment

4. You get instant funds to operate your business

5. When your client pays, the transaction is settled and the factoring organization rebates the remaining 15% as a 2nd installment, less a small fee

The most important requirement to qualify for factoring financing is to do business with reputable foreign clients, such as multinational corporations. If you do business with trustworthy customers you are going to have a very good possibility of obtaining financing.

16 Responses to “Export Finance – How Export Financing Can Help Your International Sales Develop”

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    Analyst/Executive Assistant to VP Operations
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    •Managed logistics department.
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  4. Zoraida September 8, 2013 at 3:26 pm #

    Whenever anyone talks about a weak dollar (US) they talk about trade (imports vs exports etc) or manufacturing, which is all well and good but that’s not what I want to know. Does a weak US dollar mean my dollars in my bank account are worth less? It would certainly seem so since the cost of many simple goods such as food and clothing (both imported and domestic) have gone up.
    How does a weak dollar contribute to inflation?

  5. Kerry September 13, 2013 at 10:17 pm #

    Hey, I am currently doing some AS Economics homework and the questions asks “What are the economics reasons why a country maybe successful at exporting?”
    At the moment I can only think of devaluing the currency (thus making exports cheaper)
    I only need one more economic reason…any help would be greatly appreciated
    Thanks 😀

  6. Queenie September 14, 2013 at 3:48 pm #

    how does currency fluctuate? why do peole say that china fixes the value of its currency and how does it help china’s exports?

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  11. Margert September 16, 2013 at 12:24 pm #

    Kindly help me find the formula that determines whether the currency value should depreciate or appreciate. For example: US$ 1 : PhP 40 on July 31. On August 1, what factors should be considered to determine whether the currency value of the Philippine Peso (PhP) should depreciate or appreciate? Can you illustrate it to me through a formula that I can use to compute the value of PhP for August 1? Your assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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  13. Azalee September 16, 2013 at 12:51 pm #

    For example, end favored nation status, impose tariffs to adjust to labor, environment, safety factors and restricted currency float.
    China’s economy is fueled by our consumption of their exports. Are we so weak that we depend on them or do they depend on us?

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    I’d love to be able to travel all over the place, mainly europe. does anyone know any good careers that would have you on the plane a lot going here and there?

  15. Elouise September 16, 2013 at 7:16 pm #

    Please read all of the details before answering the question.

    What do you think of what I wrote below as well?

    This would allow the US to be able to pay back loans obtained through the sale of Treasury Bonds currently in the trillions of dollars through exporting products.

    The trade deficit lies at the heart of the problem since it forces the US to borrow more money and to print more money every year deepening the problem.

    In response to losing massive amounts of manufacturing, the GDP was increased through consumer spending, interest rates were dropped and the housing bubble was created to allow consumers to spend hundreds of billions and even trillions of dollars they didn’t have.

    This economy is unsustainable because the US has no way of paying back countries for their loans nor does it have any way to pay for the consumption through imported products since it doesn’t make enough to balance the massive deficits every year.

    The US GDP is made up of, from what I understand, about 70% consumption, about 5% borrowing money on Treasury Bonds, and the rest mostly being our service sector economy (selling goods and services at stores throughout the country) with only a few percent of the GDP making up production.
    Question written on May 10, 2009

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