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Online Account Access
Our online systems are designed for access to all aspects of your account. User friendly navigation allows users to quickly find the contents.

Log in to access more user friendly and flexible reporting statements. Extra miscellaneous functions are now available including a totally revamped check and invoice image viewing system. Enhanced features include:

  • Account Overview
  • Account Analysis
  • Online order entry and approval
  • Online credit availability
  • Image Viewing System

If you have any questions about our online system, please call us at 213-484-8000

 
 
Trade Finance
The Role of Commercial Banks
The same commercial bank facilities used to finance domestic activities, including revolving lines of credit for working capital, are often sought to finance export sales until payment is received. Bank do not regularly extend financing solely on the basis of an individual order as they prefer to establish an on-going business relationship.
Financing International Trade

Export financing is often a key factor in a successful sale. Contract negotiation and closure are important.

Exports naturally want to get paid as quickly as possible, while importers usually prefer to delay payment until they received or resold the goods. Because of the intense competition for export markets, being able to offer attractive payment terms customary in the trade is often necessary to make sale. Exporter should be aware of the many financing options open to them so that they choose the most acceptable one to both the buyer and seller.

The following are important to consider in making decisions about financing:

  • The need for financing to make the sale
  • The length of time the product is being financed
  • The cost of different methods of financing
  • The risk associated with financing the transaction
  • The need for pre-shipment finance and for post shipment working capital
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